Sacramento, CA, July 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Each year almost 2-million people in America will be buried deep underground in a sealed casket. Out of those 2-million, none will be alive to experience their "last ride" to the cemetery.
That is about to change and the place to experience such a taboo ride is at the 2012 California State Fair in Sacramento.
The cleverly named ride, "Buried Alive" is the newest attraction of Fright Planet, America's Haunted Theme Park in Sacramento, California.
"Our attraction consists of two real, wooden caskets which have been modified into an advanced, computerized ride," explains Creative Director Carlos Schollar.
The booth that houses the attraction, which resembles something straight out of the wild-west, has crowds standing in front most of the day.
"Each casket has a night-vision camera built in. When the lid closes, friends of the soon to be departed get to see every squirt, jump, and scream!" added Schollar.
The 2-minute ride costs $5.00 per brave rider and feature surround sounds, full-motion, various smells, and a few chilling surprises.
The casket ride simulator is open daily at the State Fair in California through July 29th.
For more information about Fright Planet, which opens October 5th at Cal Expo, can be found at www.FrightPlanet.com or by calling the 1-866-666-1313.