A haunted house in Tennessee is so scary that it requires multiple medical forms to be filed.

McKamey Manor requires the viewing of a two hour video, signing of a 40-page waiver, create a safe word, and pass a physical. The haunt is so extreme, not a single person has completed the experience.

Claiming it's his "Most extreme haunt yet", Russ has put over a million dollars into this haunt, but only charges a bag of dog food for his dogs to participate, however if you can make it through, he'll give you $20,000.

To participate you must also:

  • Be 21 or older
  • Completed a Physical, and be mentally cleared
  • Pass a background check
  • Be screened by Facebook and phone
  • Have proof of medical insurance
  • Sign a 40 page waiver
  • Pass a drug test

You also have to watch a two hour movie, which is the setup for the haunt.

Russ says he hypnotizes his guests, causing them to think they are in deep water with sharks, when they are only in a few inches of water.

Reditor MK0Q1 says that under the "Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment", the following are "Definitive acts of torture I've witnessed in these videos, each progressively more sadistic.

  • Waterboarding
  • Forced to eat dirt with worms
  • Having a working drill shoving into mouth
  • Humiliation
  • Psychological Degradation
  • Induced Hypothermia
  • Forced to eat foods
  • Duct-taping
  • Assault and Battery

The reditor goes on to build a case as to why the haunt is actually a torture workshop, and the more I read the more I want to agree.

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