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In pics: Mumbai's house of horror

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Jun 20, 2007 at 02:55pm IST

Mumbai: If you are the kind of person who loves to get high on horror—books, movies and such here's something you won't want to miss. A replica of the Chamber of Horror at Madame Tussad’s in London is soon going to be unveiled in Mumbai.

The thrilling 15 to 20 minutes ride through blood and gore is sure to force shrieks from visitors watching witches and ghosts. Saddam Husain may just step in to shake hands with you or may be you could get up close ‘n’ personal with Shahrukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan in wax.

The House of Horrors, to open soon, promises people a walk in the dark amidst 'ghosts' and other terrifying elements, including scary sounds to send a chill down their spines.

As one enters, the pitch darkness, the hanging ropes, the uneven pathway and the scary sounds make up the eerie atmosphere. The skeletons springing up, little hands popping up to catch you and fearful characters spread all around can make even the most gutsy a bit nervous.

Pitch darkness, hanging ropes and scary sounds make an eerie atmosphere.

At a time around three to four people are let inside.

Skeletons spring up, little hands pop up to catch you and fearful characters make even the most gutsy a bit nervous.

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