During the month of October, Montreal's La Ronde transforms its grounds into a nightmarish amusement park filled with ghouls, haunted houses, and Halloween rides at their annual Fright Fest.
But if you're someone who enjoys terror that is best served up with your own imagination, then the 30-Hour Coffin Challenge may be for you.
Is it getting hot in here?
On the evening of October 12 until October 13, six participants will be chosen to spend 30 hours confined in a closed coffin where they will have to lay completely flat and perfectly still in a box measuring just 28 inches across and 7 feet long.
Why do my clothes feel so tight?
All meals will be taken in the coffin and participants are only allowed one, ten-minute bathroom break every two hours. The rest of the time will be spent in complete, claustrophobic darkness.
Seriously, is anyone else finding it hot in here?
Coffin dwellers are allowed to bring a friend, but once the park closes, if you're not in a coffin, you will be asked to leave the park.
So if you've ever wanted to test your claustrophobic endurance, restricted in a wooden casket with no one around (except for the other five terror seekers), not able to move and in a makeshift cemetery, then sign your life away here.
Why is it suddenly getting hard to breathe?
The grand prize winner will receive $600, two 2020 Gold Season Passes, two basic dining passes and two haunted house passes.
To take part in the challenge you must be at least 18 years old, a Quebec resident, and have no medical conditions that would make lying in a cramped coffin for 30 hours a risk to your health. You will be asked to sign a waiver at check-in.