Make Nightmare Fear Factory Wheelchair Accessible

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Since hearing that it is so scary, some people don't stay inside for more than 10 seconds, I have always wanted to see whether or not I am tough enough to brave the Nightmare Fear Factory in Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls.

However, when looking up the attraction at their website, I was shocked to find out that wheelchair users/people with different types of mobility are not permitted because the attraction has never been made accessible for them.

I feel that that is unacceptable on the part of the proprietors because the generation we live in is one where assistive devices such as elevators have given people with special needs the same opportunities to experience things as those without. No one should ever be excluded from something just because their bodies work a little differently. 

So, I am very much hoping that Nightmare Fear Factory will be temporarily closed in order for them to renovate it as needed so that any and all persons who would like the opportunity for a good scare may have it. 



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