These Clowns Aren’t Funny: Trace And Sean Visit Fear Factory
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – At Fear Factory, fright is the No. 1 product being manufactured.
KSL TV’s adventure specialists Trace Worthington and Sean Smith have been on a quest to find Halloween fun around the Salt Lake valley, which brought them to an old cement factory at 666 W. 800 South in Salt Lake City.
It wasn’t too long before Sean was kidnapped by one of the many ghastly clowns found within its walls.
So naturally, we had to follow the two into the 3D Clown Zone.
“A lot of people are afraid of clowns,” Sean said. “Me included.”
The duo got to experience some pretty intense imagery, including a contortionist clown blocking their way beyond a vortex of evil circus terror!
Would you be brave enough to venture beyond?
And hey, if parking is what scares you most, you can park at Gateway and hitch a ride in on the Zombie Shuttle Bus.
Fear Factory is open every day but Monday. Go to fearfactoryslc.com for hours and pricing.
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