As people continue to look for more extreme scares as the Halloween season begins, Great Adventure's parent company, Six Flags, is giving guests a new way to test their limits.

As our sister station 94.3 The Point reports, Six Flags St. Louis is daring guests to spend nearly a day and a half in a claustrophobic 2x7 cakset with their 30-Hour Coffin Challenge.

There are of course a few considerations - contestants are allowed a six minute potty break every hour, they can bring a sleeping bag and pillows, and the park will provide food and drink (although no word on what the menu will be. I'm hoping peeled grapes and gummy worms in crushed Oreos. You know, the classic Halloween party fare).

Oh yeah, and those participating can also bring a phone and a charger. Because, what good is being stuck in a coffin if you can't Tweet about it, right?

What do you think, could you hack it in a burial box for 30 hours? Join the conversation on our Facebook page and let us know!


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