(WQOW) – If you are 21, have medical clearance and sign a 40-page waiver saying you can be injured or die, $20,000 could be yours. But first, you need to complete a haunted house that could take you up to 10 hours to complete.
Well, not so much, apparently. As of October 30, more than 64,000 people have signed a petition to shut down McKamey Manor, a self-proclaimed extreme haunted attraction in Summertown, Tennessee and Huntsville, Alabama.
The petition calls the attraction a “torture chamber under disguise.”
Social media posts have gone viral sharing the details of the 40-page waiver. Some of the items included in the waiver include:
- Participant may come in contact with carbon monoxide poisoning
- There is no quitting unless serious injury is present
- Injuries can include head, neck and back injuries, death, stroke, brain injury, death, stroke, loss of consciousness, whiplash, broken bones, bleeding, heatstroke or drowning.
- Participant understands that their tour may include use of hypodermic needles, zappers, Tasers or shock collars.
- Participant understands they may be crushed in a put by various objects
- Participant understands they may be fish hooked, which may cause rippage to the mouth area.
- They may have extracted without Novocain
- Participant will be participating in various medieval torture devices like knife throwing while strapped to a spinning wheel shackles, chains, gibbet cage, etc.
- Participant fully understands that water torture may be used.
- Participant agrees they will be submerged in a pit of undetermined material that could crush the body.
It is free to visit the attraction. Nobody has successfully completed it yet.