The "fear Factory" in Niagara Falls, or What is the "train of horror"By Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-fear-factory-in-niagara-falls-or-what-is-the-train-of-horror
They say that fear has big eyes. I would also like to add that fear also has funny grimaces, no matter how cynical it sounds. A hidden camera installed at the "Nightmares Fear Factory" in the tourist city of Niagara Falls, which is in Canada, impartially recorded the horror on the faces of visitors in the premises of the attraction, so that we could enjoy the abyss of their emotions.
It should be said right away that the "Fear Factory" has nothing to do with the usual "fear rooms" from children's amusement parks. Its creators have worked hard, calling for the help of not only engineers, IT specialists and acoustics, but also experienced psychologists.
Gloomy interiors, dark corners, otherworldly sounds and very unexpected special effects quickly erase the expression of condescending boredom from the faces of skeptics who have looked here. Unfortunately, or fortunately, we don't know what these people saw.
What do you need to show an adult man to hide behind his spouse or child? The rooms of the attraction are dark, but you can't hide anything from infrared cameras and you can only regret that the pictures do not convey sounds and an atmosphere of horror and despair.
The creators of the "Fear Factory" do not know pity for their visitors. If you only shouted and called your mother, then they will shake your hand and congratulate you on your success at the exit, if you wet your pants, but pass through a suite of nightmarish halls, then they will just pat you on the shoulder.
But if your nerves are not designed for the seven circles of hell and you run out through the entrance with a squeal, then you have a place in the "Chicken List", which is carefully kept at the factory. In this case, you can console yourself with the fact that you have become only one of 147 thousand nervous visitors, among whom there are also very famous personalities.
Over the years of the attraction's operation, its employees have developed their own terminology, which they use to denote certain poses and actions of visitors. Above you can see the so-called "choo choo horror train".
And this is already a "human shield", which is resorted to not only by children and women, but also by quite courageous fathers of families.
There are also transitional options, for example, "the choo-choo horror train with a human shield."
Many facial expressions are priceless, like ancient Chinese vases and worthy of the brush of Bosch or Goya. It should be noted separately that the administration of the factory reveres confidentiality and publishes only the faces of those brave men who treat themselves with enough humor to allow it.