McKamey Manor in San Diego, California, has a waiting list of thousands of people eager to be tied up and drenched with fake blood for hours during the Halloween season.
The extreme haunted house force feeds guests rotten eggs, locks them in cages with snakes and places folks in coffins with ghouls (video below).
While that may sound like a living hell to most, there are 24,000 people on the waiting list for McKamey Manor, notes Independent.co.uk.
Before entering McKamey Manor, people must sign a release form, prove they are at least 21 years old and pass a medical check.
When folks enter the haunted house, they are taken to four different locations where they are subjected to extreme fright for free. Guests are challenged to spend eight hours in the horror hotel, but so far no one has managed to do so in 14 years.
"Nothing is like what we do, it's like living your own horror movie," McKamey Manor creator Russ McKamey told Mirror.co.uk.
"I consider the people who take part in these haunts as my friends because I research and spend time with them before they go on the haunt," added McKamey. "Everything is very interactive: the experience, and challenges, are to prove what you can and can't do."