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Culture 30-hour coffin stays rewarded with cash, Six Flags passes

30-hour coffin stays rewarded with cash, Six Flags passes

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AGAWAM, Mass. (AP) — Dying to win a little cash and a free pass to Six Flags New England? All you need to do is spend 30 hours in a coffin.

Six Flags in Agawam says six randomly chosen participants will try to spend 30 hours lying in a coffin that measures just 2 feet wide and 7 feet long.

The stunt starts Saturday at the amusement park. Those who manage to stay put will be given $300, a pair of 2019 season passes and the casket itself.

Participants will be allowed out of the coffin for six minutes each hour to use the bathroom, but they’ll have to eat all their meals while lying inside it. They’ll also be subjected to random “terrifying visits by the Fright Fest Freaks.”

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