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Creepy Life-Sized Dolls Spotted on London Underground

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Hey horror fans, Daniel here the UK based correspondent for iHorror.com and this week the London Underground takes a creepy turn to the standard commute, with Derren Browns creepy dolls.

We all know the London Underground’s unique setting has been a base for many horror movie monsters including my favorites, 2004’s Creep and of course 1981’s An American Werewolf in London.  However this time it’s not for a movie but a “Physiological theme park ride”.

Dolls on the train with passengers

Reported by metro.co.uk, yesterday the Underground was host to a couple of creepy human-sized, large headed Victorian dolls in an attempt to promote Derren Brown’s new theme park ride, which he says will be “The first immersive psychological attraction” and is designed to “Manipulate the human mind“…Sign me up brain man!

Darren Brown

Derren Brown known for his amazing work manipulating the human mind commented on this week’s stunt:

‘I believe we are moving toward a future where theme park attractions not only give you a physical experience but also play with your mind and the concept of what is real. The Victorian twin dolls, who have popped up around London this week, are just a taster of what my new attraction has in store for visitors to Thorpe Park next spring’

Dolls sitting with the public

out on the streets of London with a antique pram

Dolls standing with the public 2  Dolls standing with the public

They have also produced this beautifully executed advert.

The ride is set to open in March 2016 at Thrope Park in Surrey and they have a dedicated a few pages to the new attraction on their website. Click here to read more and even buy tickets!

Were you on the London Underground with the twin dolls? Did you manage to get a selfie? We want to hear from you! Send info to daniel@ihorror.com

Thanks you to metro.co.uk and mirror.co.uk for the images.

 

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