Death exhibit set to open Monday

The attraction is called a "death simulator"

SHANGHAI, China (RTV) – A new exhibit set to open in Shanghai this week will let participants experience a terrifying brush with death.

The attraction is called a “death simulator.”

Those brave enough to take part are sent through a simulated “crematory” and then “resurrected” through a birth simulator.

The sessions last about two hours.

Some people who took part in a preview session on Saturday said the experience was frightening and eerily realistic.

At the end of each session, participants have the option of writing down their “last words before death,” if they wish.

The founder of the exhibit has been developing the simulator for nearly four years.

The attraction opens to the public Monday.  It costs about 68 dollars to participate.

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