When you visit haunted attractions, do you like your experience to be extreme? Many such attractions have gone that route in recent years.

I'm all for it.

When I visit a haunted attraction, I want to be SCARED. That is, after all, the point.

And, at the very least, I like for them to impress me with the work put into it.

Well, there's a haunted attraction in Tennessee that absolutely believes patrons should be scared when they visit.

I mean, REALLY scared.

Take a drive down to Summertown, Tennessee and you'll see what I mean.

McKamey Manor, which has become legendary (notorious?) over the last few years for its unprecedented scares, is now in Tennessee and, get this, will give YOU money if you finish the tour.

To the tune of $20,000.

The Insider spoke with owner Russ McKamey, who's calling this year's edition "Desolation" and says guests can expect a "new level of extreme horror."

This isn't hyperbole.

To enter McKamey Manor in Summertown, Tennessee, you will have had to be cleared to do so, physically and MENTALLY, by a doctor; you'll have to pass a background check; and, get this, you'll need to sign a 40-PAGE WAIVER.

Here's a video preview which is shocking enough that I need to warn you before you view it, so...(WARNING: VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED):

By the way, nobody has ever claimed the $20,000.