This is what I found on USATODAY.COM:

A haunted tour experience that spans two states and lasts up to 10 hours requires its participants to clear a background check, pass a doctor’s physical and mental exams, and sign a 40-page waiver.

The McKamey Manor experience, which stretches from Summertown, Tennessee, to Huntsville, Alabama, also requires “contestants,” as the operators dub them, be at least 21 (or 18 with parental permission), insured and pass a drug test.

Owner Russ McKamey offers $20,000 to anyone who completes the tour, but says no one ever has. He records each physically demanding and psychologically disturbing tour on video – for his own protection he told WFLA-TV – and then posts them online, showing the participants quitting in humiliation.

One of the volunteers for McKamey’s tours, Kris Smith (37), said he initially wanted to participate in the tour but changed his mind when he read the waiver. The terrifying things he might have to endure and experience turned him off.

“You have to pull out your own teeth, there’s a chance of getting a tattoo, a chance of your fingernails getting pulled out. It’s really overwhelming. There’s a chance of death. Accidents do happen,” Smith said.
Smith did eventually participate, but he quit after being buried in a coffin and again during a hypnosis challenge.

The video below shows a little about McKamey and the tour experience but BEWARE. You may find it disturbing.

If you’re looking for a less-intense scare, here are some other “haunted” destinations:

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