Horror in Ontario: Nightmares Fear Factory to shock you again - PHOTOS
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • September 24, 2013 @ 11:09am
Nightmares Fear Factory sets you up for a fearful freak-out—and in turn, elicits hearty chuckles from the rest of North America.
Canada’s vaunted haunted house—located just a half-hour up Queen Elizabeth Way from downtown Buffalo—stays open year round, but reaches peak season as fall unravels. You know, Halloween.
Admission to the factory of fear—located at 5631 Victoria Ave. in the Clifton Hill District of Niagara Falls, Ont.—is quite affordable; individual prices are less than $15 and are cheaper when purchased online. There are group and family rates as well. If you’re coming from the United States, remember to bring proper identification—an enhanced driver’s license or a passport—to cross the border.
What’s captured the attention of national and local media, however, are the horror-stricken faces cleverly snapped by the haunted house and then shared through its website and social media—we’re not going to give away the procedure because your reaction may be more fearfully priceless than the photos below.
You can see more of Nightmares Fear Factory’s photos on Flickr and on Facebook, and the organization is celebrating the milestone of scaring 120,000 people. Thanks to the representatives from Nightmares Fear Factory for lending us permission to share these photos.
And hey, if you wanted to have your own personal caption contest with these—i.e. “Ahh! Why does that pudgy gerbil have fangs!”—go for it. And, if you somehow still have some laughter left inside of you, refer back to S.J. “Terror Queen” Velasquez’s 2012 post on Buffalo.com.