Madame Tussaud's history is rooted in the horror of the French Revolution where she was forced to make death masks of the vicitms of Madame Guillotine - and some of those death masks can still be seen in The Chamber of Horrors at Madame Tussauds London. The infamous Chamber of Horrors, a name coined by Charles Dickens, has over the centuries featured wax figures of some of history's most notorious murderers, from 10 Rillington Place's John Christie, to the acid bath killer, John George Haigh. Their crimes continue to shock the world and their figures serve as a chilling reminder of their deadly deeds. An altogether more modern addition to The Chamber of Horrors is a live action, scare maze with only ONE way out. Located deep within The Chamber of Horrors lies a secret inner chamber housing a maximum security prison where the inmates have taken over. Live and on the loose, the prisoners want nothing less than to make guests SCREAM.