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Causa sensación simulador de la muerte en Shanghai

Abr 5, 2016

Pic shows: A theme park let punter lie in a wooden coffin in a mortuory where ghoulish ride attendants push him into a furnace. A spooky new theme park attraction where punters can experience being cremated has been flooded with crowds wanting to experience the after life. The wacky 4D Death Simulator at the Window Of The World theme park in Shenzhen in Southern China`s Guangdong Province has opened in time for Halloween and let’s punters lie in a wooden coffin in a mortuary where ghoulish ride attendants push them into a furnace. Once inside, the temperature rises to a sweltering 40 degrees Celsius using heat fans. Thrilled fan Ting Shen, 22, said: "I went on it and it’s amazing. "You really feel like you’re being burnt alive. "I feel like I died and came back. "I’m definitely doing that again." A spokesman for the park said: "It’s good fun and completely safe. "The customers can wander around the morgue first and then get to fell how it would be if they were cremated. "It’s already proved massively popular and we expect it to be more so over the Halloween period. "People have a morbid fascination with death and the after-life and this is a good way of experiencing both." But the attraction has so far only appealed to younger crowds. Mum Yue Wan Ho, 43, said: "I went into the morgue bit with my kids who couldn’t wait to get inside the coffin. "But I think it’s all just a little bit too weird for me. "And definitely too scary. "I think I’ll wait until my time is really up before pretending it is." (ends)  

Una nueva atracción en Shanghai, China, se está convirtiendo en la fascinación de sus visitantes. Se trata el simulador de la muerte Samadhi.

Este aparato permite ser “asesinado”, ser “cremado” en un horno y luego ser “resucitado” y vivir de nuevo el nacimiento a través de un vientre gigante de látex.

Quien desea conocer esta experiencia, paga alrededor de 68 dólares, pago que también le permite escribir reflexiones finales y últimas palabras.

Ding Rui es el creador de esta atracción y explicó que cuando no se entiende completamente la muerte, decir adiós es realmente difícil.

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Por ello pensó en una premisa para educar a las personas sobre la vida, así que no es un mero entretenimiento.

Fuente: Reforma

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Abr 5, 2016