Haunted House Shows Hilariously Frightened Faces

Forget the “ugly” crying face. How does your face contort when you’re scared out of your mind? Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, Canada has that answer. Calling itself a premiere haunted house factory, this spine tingling attraction claims to be the World’s Most Frightening Experience. You don’t have till wait till Halloween to get spooked, this place is open year-round or 365 days a year.

If at any time you’ve had enough, you can scream “NIGHTMARES!” and someone will come to your rescue and walk you out. Sadly, you’ll then be added to the chicken list. But, don’t worry, there’s over 100,000 people on there so you won’t feel so bad.

On their Flickr page, Nightmares Fear Factory has documented the faces of the brave souls who decided to take on their challenge. Look through 15 of our favorites to see some truly freaked out faces. By the way, is it just me or do grown men turn into scared little boys, hiding behind their female friends, when frightened?

Update: See what happens when these frightened faces get Photoshopped!















Nightmares Fear Factory on Flickr
via [The Daily What]



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