McKamey Manor is Sick and Twisted Game of Psychological Torture

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McKamey Manor is Sick and Twisted Game of Psychological Torture

The Scariest Haunted House in the U.S. Requires 40-Page Waiver, Health Check, Safe Word

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Russ McKamey owns and operates McKamey Manor, the most terrifying haunted house experience in America — one you’re not allowed to attend until you watch a two-hour-long video, sign a 40-page waiver, create a safe word, and pass a physical. He's also a sick puppy.

McKamey Manor is not so much a haunted house as it is an opportunity for a sadist to psychologically torture victims who willingly submit to McKamey's depraved mind games. 

Russ appears to utilize hypnosis and sensory deprivation as a means of horrifying his submissive victims, leaving them broken, humiliated, and shamed. 

Before taking the McKamey Manor challenge, you must view a two-hour movie, “And Then There Were None,” a collection of every contestant who attempted McKamey Manor between July 2017 and August 2019. 

The video is basically a montage of people quitting the tour, uttering the required phrase: “You really don’t want to do this.” 

Russ utilizes well-known hypnosis techniques throughout the video, which is freely available on YouTube. With all the recent press surrounding McKamey Manor, it's not too far fetched to assume that underage children will view the repugnant film.

McKamey Manor is so disgustingly extreme, no one has ever successfully completed the experience. 

We'll stick to the "lights-on" tour of the Haunted House at Indy's Children's Museum, thanks. 

 

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