Are you Brave Enough To Reach the End of the Crystal Labrynth?

The year was 1884. Hundreds of pounds of dynamite were assembled atop Clifton Hill to pave the way for the Niagara Falls railroad station. But when the first explosions to lay the foundations went off, everyone got more than they bargained for. Workers found deep caverns next to the site cut out of crystal just beneath the surface and miles of icy tunnels so clear the men could see their reflections in the walls. Construction took years as each blast opened new caves and weakened the earth below. When the station was finished, every entryway was sealed and the treacherous labyrinth forgotten... Or so the legend goes. Read More