A Tustin, Calif.-based couple behind the chillingly intense “The 17th Door” haunted house are reportedly asking visitors to sign a waiver upon entry.
“There’s a lot going on, where it’s very interactive and immersive and kind of invades your space,” creator Heather Luther told ABC 7. “You will get touched and you might get wet.”
Courtesy: The 17th Door
The terrifying attraction, which follows the downward spiral of a first-year college student, takes guests on a disturbing journey through 17 grimly themed rooms that are haunted by pig-faced ghouls, plus mutant-like demons who spook attendees along the way.
While tickets are priced between $21 and $35, it’s unclear if those who cut the tour short by uttering the safe word, “Mercy,” are given refunds. And with Halloween still a few weeks away, Luther expects the “Mercy” tally to extend beyond 350 guests.
“The 17th Door” is open until Nov. 1.
More from New York Post:
WATCH: I Want to Suck Your Blood (Cocktail) in Whitby, England