McKamey Manor in Summertown, Tennessee, is known as America's scariest haunted house. Anyone who completes the entire trip would win the $20,000 in prize money. The problem is, no one has ever completed the whole attraction! Russ McKamey, the owner of the haunted house, only requires a bag of food for his five dogs for entrance, however, his requirements for entering are very strict.
Interested visitors must complete a sports physical, sign a 40 page waiver, provide proof of medical insurance, pass a drug test, and prove they are over 21 years of age. Additionally, visitors are required to watch a 2 hour show called "And Then There Were None" which features footage of every visitor who has entered the attraction from 2017 till 2019, but quit before the end of the experience. Visitors can leave the house by saying the safe words, "You really don't want to do this."
McKamey says that the key to his success is by using hypnotism and creating a "mind game" that inspires terror in visitors who are tricked by their own minds. In other words, he uses hypnosis to have people do and see things he wants them to see. Interesting. McKamey says the videos are used to show authorities that nothing illegal took place while the visitors were in the attraction. Soooo...is anyone out there think they are brave enough to complete the whole tour? Yes or no?