First of all, this article has graphic images which you will get to down below, and it's not wax statues, these are real people being tortured. However, they have for some reason chosen it themselves.
In fact, 24,000 people are waiting to get into the world's most intense and horrific attraction, or rather torture chamber, McKamey Manor.
The legend of McKamey Manor tells of a madhouse who since the 50s has hosted thousands of patients. About ten years ago the institution began to clone patients to sell body parts, but one patient would not be defeated. Mary Parker ran amok and killed the staff and a number of clones with an axe...
And thus the stage is set for a trip through the haunted house which no one has been able to complete. McKamey Manor is located in San Diego, California, USA and is said to be the world's most horrific.
Even a Marine and an adrenaline junkie who tried it failed to complete the tour (torture) and reach the exit.
The age limit has since the opening in 2012 been raised from 18 years to 21 years. It is recommended not to enter with expensive clothes, and for a trip into the house, you must be in excellent physical shape.
The house is open Fridays/Saturdays Year Round. (Reservations Required).
Only two people are allowed into McKamey Manor at a time, and the waiting list is long. Those who have been so (un)lucky to get in so far, describe it as experiencing a horror movie in reality.
McKamey Manor is created by Russ McKamey and partner Carol Schultz. The couple is passionately committed to provoke deep emotional fright reactions.
If one gets afraid in more normal haunted houses, it's a comforting thought that the tour will soon be over. Not so in McKamey Manor.
The entire tour is expected to take 2 to 4 hours...sometimes longer. Depends on how you deal with fear, it says on the McKamey Manor website.
Watch the promo video and have a look at the images below. Warning! Graphic real life (voluntarily) torture, because that's what they do. NB! Nobody is seriously harmed, so the blood is splashed upon them.
Photos of various "victims" at McKamey Manor.
To watch more videos from McKamey Manor, here is its YouTube Channel
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