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Downtown Galena is home to a unique shop that puts a Halloween twist on classic ice cream

Called Eye Scream Labs, mad scientists don white coats and mixes  up their deadly concoctions adding one secret ingredient...liquid nitrogen.

"Originally I saw the idea on a chemistry teacher's blog on the internet," said David Endicott. "And he described how to do it. And we decided to give it a try." 

And soon a Halloween hobby turned into a family business.

The Endicott scientists mix up all the ingredients than freeze them  at 300 degrees below zero.  

The treat not only looks cool to make, it saves time. It only takes about three minutes to freeze about 30 scoops of ice cream.

About three liters of traditional ice cream can take up to 24 hours to make.  

Customers say the liquid nitrogen makes all the difference.

"It's more smoother and it tastes a lot better," said Kamy Qualls.

"It has more flavor than other ice creams and it's very smooth," says Courtney Murphy. "It's just really good."

And the mad scientists put on quite the show.

"The most exciting thing about this is just making people happy," says Endicott. "Mean that's the funniest part of this business. So people come in they watch a show. It's fun to watch and people leave happy. "

With 21 flavors ranging from bourbon bread pudding, red velvet cheesecake, to simple vanilla its tasty fun.
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