Six Flags Asks Contents Participants To Stay In Coffin For 30 Hours
Some things just really aren’t worth the money, and this is one of them.
The Six Flags located in St. Louis is going to select six competitors for its coffin challenge, which is unfortunately exactly what it sounds like.
In this challenge, participants will be tasked with spending 30 hours inside of a coffin, which the park is putting on in celebration of Fright Fest’s 30th year. Any of the 6 contestants who successfully completes the challenge will be gifted with a pair of 2019 Gold Season passes, $300, and some more additional park-related prizes, according to reports from CBS News. If more than one person manages to last the entire 30 hours inside of the coffin, a drawing will determine the recipient of the $300 haul mentioned above.
Throughout the course of the contest, hourly bathroom breaks, food, snacks, and phone charges will be provided by park staff for the lucky contestants. According to the rules of the interesting game, participants are also allowed to pad their 30-hour inhabitance with their own pillows and blankets from home. And for what might be the biggest perk out of them all,for anyone in need of a coffin, Six Flags is letting the winners keep the ones used during the contest–hey man, those things are expensive these days.
This one-of-a-kind coffin contest kicks off on October 13.
For anyone in the Halloween spirit who is not planning to be in the St. Louis area around then–or just isn’t planning on spending a ridiculous amount of time inside of a coffin– there are a bunch of other options for this year’s creepy holiday.
One of our favorites? 2 Chainz recently joined forces with 13 Stories to bring Atlanta a haunted pink trap house experience. The experience opened on Friday, September 21st and is running until November 11th.
Would you ever spend 30 hours in a coffin for a measly $300?