Kelly Morgan had to pedal a stationary bike that sent hundreds of volts of electricity through her body as she launched a virtual hurricane of fish at her daughter Nicole. As they recount in this week's Tale of Fear it was a shocking experience that left quite a mess all over the stage of Universal Orlando’s Fear Factor Live.
FEAR FACTOR: What were the electrical shocks like?
KELLY MORGAN: I started pedaling and immediately you start feeling the shocks. Every few seconds there is another shock and they keep getting more and more intense. They start out feeling like someone just jammed a thousand tiny pins into your arms and it just builds from there so that eventually it felt like you were getting hit in the chest with a sledge hammer.
FEAR FACTOR: How did you deal with it?
KELLY MORGAN: I had to just bear down and concentrate. It kept getting harder to pedal as the shocks got more intense.
FEAR FACTOR: Nicole, you had to catch all the fish that your Mom was shooting, how was that?
NICOLE LOWE: It was like getting hit by a tidal wave of dead fish. I tried not to think about all the stuff hitting me like their guts and scales and everything. They were slick and slimy, and you could feel whenever the guts hit. They would stick to your face and the smell was just, horrible. I mean, it makes you want to gag.