Feeling in the festive mood for Halloween, I decided to look into extreme haunted house attractions.
Turns out there’s quite a few notables. But one that caught my eye was McKamey Manor.
This attraction is set in San Diego, it takes the standard haunted house theme, then kicks it in the ass and twists it into one heck of a haunted
You sign a waiver, a mental and physical screening test is done on the participant before allowed in.
Most likely because some will have a heart attack.
There’s only 2 ways to get out. Complete it, or if it’s determined that the experience mentally breaks you, they will stop and you will be led
This one takes it to the limit then takes 10 steps past.
You get drenched, covered in blood, kidnapped, blind folded, dragged threw a hall way, all in one claustrophobic experience of hell.
I was lucky enough to find a well edited video of the complete tour which is about an hour long total, from what I gather. But it seems like this one
has just about everything a person could be scared of.
At one point your even chased down by a maniac with a chainsaw.
There are 5 parts to the video I’m going to post. Each one is about 9-10 minutes.
So it’s up to you if you want to watch them all.
It follows a mother, her husband and kids as they are led deeper and deeper in this horror abyss.
The mother is made to lead the way. And you can see the complete terror in her face every time the family is faced with a new challenge.
Like I said, there’s 5 parts total, I’m only posting the first, once it’s done you will be prompted for the next act. I highly recommend
watching it in full if you have the time...
Hmm, the tour part would be fun, but then there’s the chamber.
From what I gather, the chamber part of the attraction is a full on torture fest.
You can be buried alive under 12 ft of dirt and you have to figure out how to get out.
I’m pretty sure it’s a select few that would enjoy that type of entertainment.
You get a safe word so it all can stop.
The record is 8 hrs.
Seems pretty intense.
I’d pay to play
I wanted to create a haunted house where about half way through it the workers would turn on all the lights and claim there was an emergency and to
immediately leave the building through emergency exits. Upon exiting they would be seeing a variety of emergency vehicles with paramedics taking away
obviously injured people and police men quickly running into the doors that they had just fled. Then of course many gun shots would ring out.
Allow for about 2 minutes and then ask the customers to go ahead and go back into the building to complete the tour and pretend like nothing
I grew up in a house built in the late 1800's. It is right beside a large cemetery.
There are allegedly people buried in the yard. A large weeping willow as a marker for the burial sites.
"Ghostly" phenomenon were not uncommon.
Statistically, living people are much more dangerous than denizens of the spirit world.
I ain't afraid of no ghost.
The Beast and The Edge of Hell in Kansas City Mo. I don't live there anymore but when I did, I used to go to these all the time. Not sure if they are
considered "Extreme" but they were pretty realistic.
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