Sleep in coffin for 30 hours, earn $300 in creepy contest

Missouri Six Flags holds 'Coffin Challenge' requiring guests to stay in coffin for 30 hours

Missouri Six Flags holds 'Coffin Challenge' requiring guests to stay in coffin for 30 hours

Louis is offering a competition inviting guests to stay in a coffin for 30 hours and the grand prize is $300.

The coffins are two inches by seven inches and are described as "deluxe" and "slightly used".

Louis is amping up its terror this Halloween season in celebration of its 30 Years of Screams with a horrifying new challenge that could win you $300, but may also leave you screaming for mercy.

And while friends and family can keep the "coffin dwellers" company during the day, once night rolls around the contestants will be on their own inside the Six Flags, which will be filled with spooky decorations for the yearly "Fright Fest".

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Participants are allowed to bring food and step out of the coffins during six-minute bathroom breaks every hour. As Six Flags puts it on their website: "Breakfast in bed... well all meals, snacks and drinks in bed actually".

"Well, not exactly alone, some of our Fright Fest Freaks will be lurking about in the darkness".

The "coffin dwellers" will get designated bathroom breaks but will be disqualified for leaving their coffin for any other reason.

The challenge will take place from 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14.

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