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Watch the Stranger Things Kids Take on the Demogorgon at Halloween Horror Nights!

Beware the super creepy wax figures

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Lindsay MacDonald

Let's be honest, if any of us ever saw a Demogorgon from Stranger Thingsin real life, none of would pull an Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and face the thing down. There would be lots of screaming, running and probably even some crying, which is exactly what happened when Stranger Things cast members Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Sadie Sink (Max) and Priah Ferguson (Erica) went through the Stranger Things maze at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights.

The maze took the kids on a tour of Hawkins that included the Byers house, Hawkins National Laboratory and even the Upside Down -- oh, and 10 wandering Demogorgons lying in wait to scare the wits out of them. Some Demogorgons pressed through the walls like in the show, some lurked behind curtains and some popped out of dark corners hoping to scare the living daylights out of the unlucky folks nearby. Poor Caleb McLaughlin probably shaved a few years off his young life when one Demogorgon struck -- it scared the kid so bad he actually fell to the floor in fright. Thankfully he didn't hurt anything!

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Caleb Mclaughlin, Gaten Matarrazo, Sadie Sink

Sadie Sink, Gaten Matarrazo and Caleb McLaughlin

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Sink and Ferguson got their fair share of jump scares too, but Matarazzo was cool as a cucumber most of the way. At least he was until he came across the wax figure of his character Dustin, which was creepy, to say the least. "That's the scariest thing here," Matarazzo said.

If you don't count the truly horrifying wax figure of Eleven... he's probably right.

Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights is open now through Saturday, Nov. 3 in Hollywood, California, Orlando, Florida, and Singapore.

Seasons 1 and 2 of Stranger Things are available to stream on Netflix.