What we want from horror is a cardiac jump-start, study suggests

A study looks at the ingredients of a good scare.

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  • Researchers from a Danish Recreational Fear Lab investigate fear's Goldilocks zone.
  • People love a good fright that stops short of being genuinely worrisome.
  • The study tracks the heart rates of haunted-house visitors.
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