- The Washington Times - Tuesday, September 24, 2013

An attraction at Pennsylvania’s “premier haunted scream park” Shocktoberfest is set to begin offering haunted tours for visitors wearing nothing but their birthday suits.

According to Patrick Konopelski, president and owner of Shocktoberfest, inspiration for the “Naked and Scared Challenge” came from Discovery Channel’s show “Naked and Afraid,” in which two castaways must survive in the wild without clothes, Fox News reported.

“I’m watching these two people running around naked in the woods and they were genuinely scared,” he told FoxNews.com. “If you know you have no protection, you become very vulnerable and I thought ‘Wow! That would be amazing in a haunted house.’”

Patrons of the challenge are offered two options: nude or prude. Those who decide to go au naturel, as long as they’re at least 18, can take the tour at midnight after all other customers have left, the report said.

Security will be on site to make sure there’s no funny business.

“Shocktoberfest has created this experience so their customers can explore a new level of fear,” the park’s website reads. “This is about fear and pushing oneself out of their comfort zone. This is not about sex. No sexual misconduct, inappropriate or disrespectful behavior will be tolerated… Please note there is an additional cleaning charge if we scare the p*ss out of you!”

The “Naked and Scared Challenge” opens this Friday.

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