Would you be willing to spend the weekend in a coffin? Because next month, you can.
La Ronde has added an eerie, mentally enduring coffin challenge, daring participants to spend 30-hours inside a funerary box.
Six coffin dwellers will be chosen to endure the challenge which goes from October 12 to 13.
Participants must stay in the coffin for the entire 30 hours, except for a ten-minute break every two hours to use the washroom.
People who step outside the coffins for any reason, with the exception of the designated bathroom breaks, will be disqualified.
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All players will have to eat their meals inside the coffin as well. No word yet on how strong coffin Wi-Fi is.
According to the Six Flags website, all coffin dwellers must be able to lie completely flat and dead still in a closed coffin that measure 28’’ x 7’.
The person who completes the challenge will get $600 cash, two 2020 Gold Season Passes, two 2020 Dinning Season Passes, and two Haunted House passes. Plus, bragging rights on spending 30 hours in a coffin and then getting out.
Coffin dwellers must be 18 years or older and have a valid photo ID. Coffin-bound hopefuls cannot have existing medical conditions that would make lying in a coffin a risk to health or well-being, must sign a waiver at check-in, and must provide their own pillows, sleeping bags or blankets.
Six Flags La Ronde will provide deluxe, slightly used coffins (creepy), all meals, a phone charging station, and random visits by the park’s Fright Fest Freaks.
Participants will have the right to bring a friend during park hours, but upon closing, they will be alone…
Visit the Six Flags website for more information, sign-up details, and guidelines.
Good luck to all the participants, you’re braver than most.