Do you think you’re brave enough to survive a marathon haunted house tour?
Because nobody ever has. Not even for big bucks.
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If you think your Halloween spirit is impenetrable, it might be time to put your money where your mouth is. You know, the same place where screams come from.
McKamey Manor, located in Summertown, Tennessee and Huntsville, Alabama is offering a US$20,000 reward to anyone who can complete the terrifying 10-hour torturous horror experience.
Along with an age requirement of 18 and older, reward-hopefuls must sign a 40-page waiver in order to partake in the horror adventure, along with undergoing a medical background check and a drug test in case of serious injury.
In videos shared on the haunted house’s website and social media, guests can be seen blindfolded, duck taped, drenched in fake blood, attacked by actors, and locked in small freezers.
“This is a rough, intense, and truly frightening experience,” reads the McKamey Manor’s warning page. “Understand that each tour will be different based upon your personal fears, and can last up to 10 HOURS. Each guest will be mentally and physically challenged until you reach your personal breaking point.”
The website notes that actors will “come in contact” with you and guests are not allowed to retaliate or they will be removed and therefore, forfeit their chance at a few thousand big ones.
Guests are also asked to create a “safe word” and watch a two-hour instructional video before participating.
McKamey Manor has been featured on Netflix’s Dark Tourist show which is now streaming.
Check out the following video, shared by Russ McKamey, one of the haunted house’s managers. But be warned, it’s pretty intense:
So, what do you think? Do you have what it takes to brave his haunted house? Or are you as fainthearted as the rest of the world?
We’re sticking with the masses on this one.