The Niagara Falls represent one of the most impressive wonders of nature of our day and rightfully enjoy their reputation as an untamed – and untamable – site of awesome beauty. Reason enough for Hollywood movie-producers to make this dramatic setting their filming location for ‘Niagara‘. In this creepy psycho-thriller screen goddess Marilyn Monroe is put through a bloodcurdling cinematic ordeal. In her role as Rose, she suffers nerve-racking distress induced by wicked husband Joseph Cotton alias evil George, who desperately wants to get rid of his wife. George vanishes and is believed dead, but he reappears. Shrouded in a misty waterfall spray and in the assumed privacy of the Rainbow Tower, he brutally strangles Rose to death. But there is a witness …
Fictional Hollywood stories aside: what comes now is REAL! The Nightmares Fear Factory is ‘the scariest and best haunted-house attraction in Niagara Falls Canada’.
Back in the past, the sinister building of No. 5631, Victoria Ave shelters a righteous and diligent man: Abraham Mortimer, restlessly weasling through his little empire of rectangle wooden treasures – the Cataract Coffin Factory – keeps a watchful eye on his property at all times. Nights he is driven into a helpless frenzy by young hooligans and their mischievous pranks. Mounting aggravation soon turns Mr Mortimer into a fully fledged paranoiac. And then destiny strikes at the Coffin Factory…
One night, Abraham resolves to bravely confront the wicked thrill-seekers, obviously by staging a surprise coup. During the brawl that develops, a stack of weighty oak coffins collapses and crushes the unfortunate old man to death! The culprits escape, never to be convicted of their gruesome deed.
Rumour has it that, shortly after his burial, Abraham Mortimer’s coffin was found neatly excavated yet void of corpse. Here’s the disconcerting proof that Abe is everything but reliably dead! Instead, his tormented spirit is reckoned to roam the factory halls to this date. Day in, night out, shrieks of sheer terror echo through No. 5631, aired by those who visit – and perhaps by Mr. Mortimer himself. Is this what eternal revenge tastes like?
The Nightmares Fear Factory ‘guarantees spine tingling entertainment’ to anyone prepared to volunteer for a hair-raising experience of the ‘living-daylight’ variety.
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How about some team building activity outside the ordinary and independent of Halloween? Participants will soon identify the most cowardly sausage of the entire company (poor thing) and detect who emerges as the – presumably unexpected – hero or heroine of this ghastly moment in time. Spoilsports those who chicken out! Discounts are offered for pre- and online bookings for 15 persons up.
Photo source: Publication of these photos has been authorised by Nightmares Fear Factory and – most importantly – by the sustainably terrified models they so authentically depict.