This Haunted House Was So Terrifying You Needed to Sign a Waiver to Get In
There's scary. Then, there's this.
In 2017 a haunted house in Fullerton, Calif. billed itself as so frightening that visitors had to sign a waiver before going inside.
Called The 17th Door it was "based around a 'prison maze nightmare' in which the actors are allowed to touch guests." The added layer of contact certainly sounds like it can add to the fright factor, right?
Tickets for the 2018 edition start at 22 bucks a pop and if anyone becomes too terrified they can simply say "Mercy" to leave the facility.
And if there's anything scary to us, it's dropping $24 and then not even getting all you can for your money.
Take a look at the haunted house and decide for yourself if the horror meets the hype.