PA Haunted House Dares People to Walk Through Naked [Updated]

Shocktoberfest in Sinking Spring wants to know if you have the balls to enter in the buff.

Shocktoberfest, the “haunted scream park” in Sinking Spring, Pa., is challenging guests to walk through one of its haunted houses in the buff. Here are the details: 

Inspired by the hit show Naked and Afraid on the Discovery channel, Shocktoberfest has created The Naked and Scared Challenge to test your fears and phobias on a whole new level. For the first time ever you can now experience the Unknown Haunted House totally naked! …

The Naked and Scared Challenge allows participants to go through The Unknown haunted house nude or prude (either totally nude or with underwear). It takes place at the end of the night after all customers have gone through the attraction. Participants must be 18 years of age or older and must sign a waiver. Participants undress in a semi-private preshow building, experience the Unknown Haunted House, and then exist into a semi-private fenced courtyard where they will get dressed. Participants are never in view of minors or non-participating customers. Naked and Scared Challenge is not offered on Sundays.

Shocktoberfest has created this experience so their customers can explore a new level of fear. This is about fear and pushing oneself out of their comfort zone. This is not about sex. No sexual misconduct, inappropriate or disrespectful behavior will be tolerated.

It goes on the state that “there is an additional cleaning charge if we scare the p*ss out of you.”

So what do you think? Would you do it?

UPDATE [10/2/2013, 7:50 a.m.]: Shocktoberfest cancels plans to allow guests to travel through its haunted house naked after local township officials get all up in arms about it. There’s still an option to walk through in your undies, though! More on the new plans here.

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