HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE? SIX FEET, POSSIBLY?
In this year’s Fright Fest, Six Flags America is challenging couples 18 and older to a claustrophobic test of endurance. For those couples who make it through will win $600 to split, and a pair of gold season passes for the 2020 season, as well as a Fright Fest prize package.
In addition to spending 30 straight hours alongside their partner, the participants will be required to do extra challenges that will test their bravery.
The challenge will begin at 4 p.m. on Friday, September 27, and end at 10 p.m. the next day.
The coffins will not be buried under the ground, but after lying in the box for hours at a time you may feel like it.
The rules include no eating, checking social media, and sending emails to the outside world. There will only be a six-minute restroom break every three hours, but any couple that leaves the coffin outside of those breaks will be disqualified.
A St. Louis Six Flags held the contest last year, and all of the contestants won, but it wasn’t easy! They had to deal with cold weather and run to the bathrooms to be able to make it back within the six-minute time mark.
They also had to lie in the coffins with the lids open the whole time, which came with its own challenges with the harsh weather.
Want to participate? You can sing up on the Six Flags website. Registration ends on Friday at 11:59 p.m. ET.