Six Flags St. Louis will host "30-Hour Coffin Challenge" during Fright Fest

Posted at 9:11 AM, Sep 24, 2018

Six Flags St. Louis is giving thrill seekers something to try other than one of their many roller coasters.

The amusement park is holding a "30-Hour Coffin Challenge" during Fright Fest this year. The challenge consists of six people staying in coffins for 30 hours straight, other than the designated bathroom breaks.

Coffin dwellers will be allowed to bring a friend along during Fright Fest operating hours, but they must leave when the park closes. If that wasn't scary enough, the Fright Fest Freaks will be lurking around the dark outside the coffins.

The winner will be awarded $300, two 2019 Gold Season Passes, Fright Fest Prize package including two VIP Haunted House passes, a ticket for two to ride the Freak Train for Freaks Unleashed and you will keep your coffin.

If more than one participant is remaining after 30 hours, there will be a random drawing for the $300. All participants remaining will receive the Season Passes and Fright Fest package.

To register for the challenge, click here