Nobody's Lasted More Than Six Hours Inside The World's Scariest Haunted House
The world's scariest haunted house experience in San Diego, California takes horror to a new extreme, and no visitor yet has lasted more than six hours inside.
McKamey Manor has been described as a real-life horror movie, and the entire thing is caught on camera, so spectators can watch the visitors as they have the living daylights scared out of them.
Horror-seekers travel between four locations, and the whole experience can last anywhere between four and eight hours, although no one has made it to the latter time just yet.
The house can only take two visitors at a time, and applicants must be background checked by its founder, Russ McKamey.
Participants must be over 21, not have any existing medical conditions, and each guest has to sign a waiver before going ahead with the haunt.
Russ, who is a fan of horror movies such as Psycho, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and House on Haunted Hill, says the experience has been known to make its visitors cry out of fear.
"Nothing is like what we do. It's like living your own horror movie," he said. "There are four different locations, which have been streamlined for hardcore fans, determined to make it through."
The manor's owner continued: "I consider the people who take part in these haunts as my friends because I research and spend time with them before they go on the haunt.
"Everything is very interactive: the experience - and challenges - are to prove what you can and can't do."
Despite Russ investing over $500,000 (£383,000) since founding the experience 14 years ago, guests don't need to pay to be part of it, just donate dog food to Operation Greyhound.
Due to the nature of the haunted house, no visit are ever the same, with the theme changing every year.
Participants have reportedly been tied, had their heads forced into a cafe of snakes, eaten rotten eggs and even been gagged during the experience.
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