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You will learn about some of America's most intrguing monsters like Frogmen and Gatormen and Goatmen or read about animals that have stood trial or even Mike, the headless chicken- a bird who for 18 months ran around with his head cut off.

So come step inside the circus tent and discover the weird, strange and unusual things that go bump in the night.

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Sleep paralysis has been an ongoing occurrence for me ever since the age of 15,” explains the 21-years old American photographer Nicolas Bruno in a recent interview with Yatzer. ”I have experienced bone chilling hallucinations and extreme terror during these dreams: faceless silhouetted figures, embraces from shadow-like hands, the warping of reality around me - all the while being completely paralyzed in the midst of being awake and sleeping.

Halfway between sleep and consciousness, Bruno enters a haunting dreamscape of faceless figures and lands where mist rises from the grasses in full daylight, places where people bathe with naked shop mannequins, and where bodies fall out of trunks. Although the nightmares Nicolas Bruno experiences in sleep paralysis are an ongoing struggle for the young artist, photography helps the nightmares subside. ”It took a huge toll on my well being for the majority of my life - especially during my sixteenth year, but I have since been able to cope with it by transforming these night terrors into a source of inspiration for my artwork.

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