Ocean County will be well represented when this year's 30-Hour Coffin Challenge contestants take to their caskets at Six Flags Great Adventure.

A Tuesday press release revealed this year's half-dozen coffin dwellers, which will include a Forked River mom and a mother/daughter duo from Seaside Heights.

Taking the challenge together are 44-year-old LynnAnn Joyce and her 18-year-old daughter, Alairra Craven.

Alairra Craven and LynnAnn Joyce of Seaside Heights (Photo courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure)

A recent Army basic training graduate, you know that Alairra is tough, but can she tough out 30 hours in a coffin with her mom?

Also repping Ocean County, is 47-year-old Kerri Platt of Forked River, who applied for the 30-Hour Coffin Challenge last year and gets her wish fulfilled this year. Will she end up thinking twice about being careful what you wish for?

Kerri Platt of Forked River (Photo courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure)

The other contestants include a 31-year-old "Halloween fanatic" from Hopatcong, a 32-year-old paramedic from Ridley Park, PA, and a 52-year-old funeral director from Bayshore, NY.

The contestants will be "laid to rest" on Sunday, October 13th at 2:30 p.m.

You can check out the 30-Hour Coffin Challenge for yourself at Six Flags Great Adventure's Fright Fest between then and Monday, October 14th at 8:30 p.m. when those left in their coffins will be "raised from the dead" by Eddie Munster himself, actor Butch Patrick.

 

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