There are many people that wish spooky season was all year round. Between scary movies and haunted houses, there's just something about it that makes people go wild. This Tennessee haunted house pays $20,000 if visitors make it through and there's even a show on Netflix about it. 

McKamey Manor in Summertown, Tennessee has caused much controversy throughout the past few years.

The Netflix series Haunters: Art of the Scar has an episode titled "Dark Tourist" which takes viewers inside this Tennessee haunted house.

This haunted attraction is so physically and mentally exhausting that no one has ever completed the tour.

The owner and creator of this attraction, Russ McKamey, takes Netflix viewers through his manor to put them right inside the haunt without actually having to be there. 

Before entering the premises, participants must have a completed sports physical and a doctor's note stating that the willing subjects are physically and mentally cleared to participate. 

Other requirements include a background check, a screening via phone, proof of medical insurance, must be 21 and older (18 to 20 years of age with parent consent), sign a 40-page waiver and finally, pass a drug test on the day of the haunt. 

Not to mention, there's a two-hour video you must watch before attending that's "a collection of every contestant who attempted McKamey Manor between July 2017 and August 2019," according to Your News Now

In the show, you can see that people get mentally torn down and become extremely vulnerable as they go through the house.

The actors that are inside of the haunt taunts guests and are allowed to do pretty much anything to the subjects. This even includes drowning simulations. 

There have been many petitions to get this house shut down, but people continue to sign up and attempt to complete the long, enduring experience. 

If you are brave enough to make it through the house, you'll be awarded $20,000. This upcoming Halloween, you can try to be the first to make it through, just study the Netflix series until then.


 

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