Thousands sign petition to shut down controversial haunted house: “A torture chamber under disguise”

“Not your typical ‘Boo’ Haunted House. You’ve been warned!” the house’s website states…

A haunted house that lasts 10 hours and requires its visitors to fill out a 40-page waver is now the subject of a petition calling it a “torture chamber” that needs to be shut down.

McKamey Manor, which stretches from Summertown, Tenn., to Huntsville, Ala., has drawn national interest for years due to its extreme conditions: Attendees can reportedly be subjected to having their fingernails pulled off or even getting a tattoo, according to one volunteer employee.

The circumstances inside are reportedly so intense that owner Russ McKamey has promised a $20,000 reward for anyone who completes the tour — a feat he says no one has ever accomplished.

“Not your typical ‘Boo’ Haunted House. You’ve been warned!” the house’s website states.

But now McKamey Manor’s radical reputation is being challenged. A petition — which calls on both the Tennesee and Alabama state senates to permanently close the attraction — has earned more than 63,000 signatures since launching five days ago.

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