Halloween is going all out, and Six Flags as a spooky test that is certainly not for the black out of heart.
Six Flags St. Louis is observing Fright Fest with a 30-hour Coffin Challenge. Indeed, you read that effectively. Six exceptionally fearless visitors will be accused of remaining in "somewhat utilized" pine boxes — we won't ask precisely what that implies — for 30 hours, from 1 p.m. on October 13 to 7 p.m. on October 14, Inside Edition reported.
It's vague with respect to whether the boxes will be open or close. We genuinely trust they'll stay open, since the normal individual devours around 0.5 liters of oxygen for every moment, as per PopSci, which implies that stifling in a pine box could take just five and a half hours, contingent upon the individual and how firmly fixed their pine box of decision is.
But don't stress, the recreation center is avoiding potential risk. As indicated by Inside Edition, contenders will be offered a washroom reprieve each hour for six minutes, or, in other words time to slow down once more. They will likewise be given nourishment and water, and additionally have the capacity to stay with a companion adjacent for (or potentially mental soundness). Presently, they simply need to manage the beginning of claustrophobia.
Even more awful, candidates must be disregarded after the recreation center is shut, and they can't ride the rides. Be that as it may, as indicated by the Six Flags site, a portion of the recreation center's Fright Fest Freaks (performers who play spooky characters) will be "lurking."
Sadly, treatment is anything but a prize for this contest.
The champ will get two 2019 Gold Season passes, a Fright Fest bundle (counting two VIP Haunted House passes and a ticket for two on the Freak Train), and $300. They even get the opportunity to keep the pine box. How nice?
Registration is open for the test until October 3. More data and the enlistment frame can be found on the Six Flags St. Louis website.