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Nightmare on Cyprus Street as mum builds torture chamber for her kids

PUBLISHED: 21:01 31 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:44 05 October 2010

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HORROR queen Angie Newman has turned her home in London’s East End into a dungeon and torture chamber, dripping with blood—callers enter the dark house on Cyprus Street at their peril, as a zombie doctor greets them and leads them to the butcher’s room

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HORROR queen Angie Newman has turned her home in London’s East End into a dungeon and torture chamber.

She was caught tonight (Friday) by an East London Advertiser reporter and photographer who found the dark house on Cyprus Street dripping with blood.

Callers have been entering all day at their peril, as a zombie doctor greets them accompanied by a killer skeleton and a devil’ angel.

Unknown to them, the Texas chainsaw killer lurks in the dingy cellar below.

There’s a damp smell of leaves rustling by your feet as you approach the house in Bethnal Green on this damp All Hallows Night—less than a mile from Jack the Ripper’s Whitechapel.

Ghosts appearing from nowhere entice you into a room where a sign says:

The Chop Shop—Fresh Cuts Daily’

A torso lies on the table, blood and guts streaming out.

If you still haven’t fled 37-year-old Angie Newman’s home by then, you can watch the mother-of-four make a gruesome monster’ cake for her children’s Hallowe’en party.

Angie makes ghoul cakes for a living when she’s not scaring the neighbourhood kids witless with witches and monsters—all aimed at frightening the life out of the faint-hearted.

“I really enjoy doing it,” she admits with a devilish grin.

“It’s another chance to be creative and share it.”

Her four little monsters also get into the spirit’ of Hallowe’en.

Kristian, 17, is a wolf doctor, Leasha the chainsaw killer, Connor, 12, a zombie, Megan-Marie, 11, the killer skeleton, while Angie herself is a zombie doctor.

The Newmans are the East End’s own Addams’ family of monsters.

Angie, we warn you, even has her own monster website for her ghoul cakes:

click here at your peril


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