Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Scariest Haunted House Ever, Requires You To Sign A Waiver To Enter

In case you think that you have finally conquered your fear from repeatedly watching scary films, the 17th Door Haunted House is likely the place you might want to visit to test that willpower left from being numb against real terror.
The 17th Door Haunted House is so Scary, It Require you to sign a waiver to enter
While other haunted houses claim to be the most-scariest place around the globe, in Tustin California there is this haunted house that offers something more, something that can be so rough and terrifying that requires you first to sign a waiver acknowledging you understand the risk and the venue is not liable for anything that may happen to you before entering.

The whole place is based on the nightmares of one disturbed college girl named Paula and it looks hellish as it will blast your senses for 30 minutes.
Here’s how they describe their Haunted House:
 If you think you are prepared to enter Paula’s world, then know this: everything inside this realm, which assaults your senses, is real. All you’ll feel on your flesh, the heat and the freezing chill, is real. The putrid odor that invades your nose from the stench of her rotting life is real. Know that when you walk into the frozen locker and are surrounded by the carcasses of her demons, what hangs from those hooks is real. And when you linger in her dorm room, what scurries under your feet and along the walls is real. The question is: can you make it?
According to their site, the haunt is designed to trigger all your five senses. You may experience claustrophobia, foul scents, strobe lighting, fog, dizziness, extreme temperatures and loud noises. Many of their props are replicas and many are real. Furthermore it will be outlined in the waiver you will be required to sign. However, in case you want to escape the terror and wanted to discontinue the 32 minute offered experience, they have issued a safe-word of ‘Mercy.’ Scream it and you will be freed early. But, you won’t be getting a refund.