In a video published to YouTube on Sep. 30, the Shocktoberfest Scream Park in Sinking Springs, Pa. shows off the latest attraction, called "Naked and Scared", which is already doing brisk business.
The idea is simple. Anyone who wants to enter must strip totally naked first.
The video shows that it's one thing to have a bunch of locals made up as ghouls, goblins and zombies jumping out of the dark to frighten the guests. It's another to experience it without a stitch of clothing on.
Don't worry. The video is totally safe for work. It turns out the guys kept their skivvies on, while only the girls decided to bare it all. But there's plenty of pixelation and night vision video technology to keep the content mature, though still family friendly.
It was just a matter of time until something like this would happen. Haunted houses at theme parks have been getting less and less scary over the years, especially now that TV viewers can watch the real thing on shows like "The Walking Dead" and "The Vampire Diaries."
So, expect other amusement parks across the country to take up this latest trend in "spooktacular" attractions.
What do you think? Would you go to a naked haunted house?
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