Follow the live stream of Six Flags' Coffin Challenge

October 12, 2018, 3:50 PM · The Coffin Challenge is underway at many Six Flags theme parks across the country, as contestants try to win $300 and Six Flags annual passes by staying inside coffins for 30 hours straight.

Here in the Los Angeles area, a local radio station is live-streaming one of the contestants on its Facebook page.

[Follow the link if they switch the video again.]

As you can see from the live stream (Shouldn't it be a dead stream? Thank you. I'll be here all week. Try the veal), the "coffins" are not completely open or closed, but have a cut-out to reveal the contestants' faces. Six people (natch) are competing at each participating park, getting five-minute breaks each hour. Six Flags is feeding the contestants... as well as sending scareactors by from time to time to torment them, too.

It's all part of Six Flags' annual Fright Fest Halloween event. How long do you think you would have lasted?

Replies (2)

October 12, 2018 at 4:42 PM

And, 20 minutes later, they stopped the live stream. I'll post a new link once one is available.

This is killing me. ;^)

Update: Looks like they are stopping and starting new video streams, rather than just keeping one going. I will try to update with the new videos, or you can just follow the link above to the station's FB page to see it live.

October 13, 2018 at 2:26 PM

My son, MICHAEL, is participating in the "challenge" at 6 Flags-Lake George, NY. Do you have a camera there? Or, is there another place we can get that view?


Dave in Las Vegas

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