Blood and gore and cheese and onion
THIS house has 3,500 metres of cobwebs, 6,000 cockroaches, a pile of carcasses and it will be left that way until after Halloween.
The 'House of Horrors' at Tayto Park is back and is promising to be scarier than ever. Some of the exhibits feature animatronics, while others have live actors disguised among the creepy rooms.
Designers Milo FitzGerald and Andrew Ryan travelled the length and breadth of the US to source the house's props.
"You're always trying to come up with new ideas for something like this," said Mr Fitzgerald. "So hopefully people get some fun out of it."
The house will be open until November 4.