…not many haunted houses require you to sign a 40-page waiver, pass a physical, and undergo a background check to enter but then again this isn’t your normal haunted house. Russ McKamey owner of McKamey Manor in Summertown in Tennessee said the price of admission is only a bag of food for his five dogs and the prize for finishing is $20,000, but no one has ever collected the prize money. Visitors must watch a 2-hour video called And Then There Were None, which features footage of every visitor from July 2017 to August of 2019 quitting before the end of the experience. He said he videos every experience to prove to visitors and authorities that nothing illegal took place. He said the key to inspiring terror is a “mind game” and relies on hypnotism to have visitors tricked by their own minds. Making people feel, after stepping in water that a giant shark is approaching but in reality are simply in a kiddie pool. Meanwhile here are some of the top signs to look for this Halloween season that you’ve gone to a bad Haunted House Attraction. A leaf blower is being substituted for a chain saw; You notice that the ghost isn’t wearing leg shackles but ankle monitor. The creepy organist only knows Tequila. Another sign that you’ve gone to a bad Haunted House Attraction, one of the monsters keeps asking you for spare change and the Coffin looks suspiciously like a repainted Porta Potty.