Not one person has been able to finish this haunted house even with a 20k prize for finishing it.
It’s considered the world’s scariest haunted house and if you finish it, you win $20,000. It’s called, McKamey Manor and is located in Summertown, Tennessee and is so extreme that you have to be 18 and up, sign a 40-page waiver, complete a drug test, background check, physician-signed medical and mental waiver, proof of medical insurance, personal screening and established a ”safe” word prior to entry.
Now, mind you, this tour opened in 2017 and ever since it's opening, no one has been able to complete it and earn the monetary prize.
Over 27,000 people are on the waiting list for a chance to complete the haunted house. The owner, Russ McKamey creates a customized, adrenaline-fueled experience tailored to your specific fears.
Ok, so like how bad could this haunted house be?
Well apparently former guests have complained of extreme torturous tactics including waterboarding, being physically bound, masked, slapped and stomped according to reports by The Guardian. McKamey video records all visitors' experiences and maintains that contestants endure more of a “mental-game” than physical torture.
But remember that 40 page waiver? In that waiver, it says you agree to being shocked, submerged in water, slapped, tied up, shaved or even unwanted dental work.
Oh, and want to know how much it costs to enter? Just a bag of dog food.
Only one person is allowed on a tour. It can last for hours, although McKamey says it never does.
There’s actually a petition now to shut it down bc people are saying it’s more of a torture chamber under disguise. I"m sorry but $20,000 is not enough for all of that torture. I'll just be poor.