In an exchange between two 12-year-olds caught by Tampa Bay Times, one of the children said to the other, “I will probably kill you first.” The reply: “I might stab you.”
Although the interactions between all of the camp-goers may be all in good fun, many onlookers (especially parents) are disgusted by the notion, going so far as to call it “disturbing.”
Since the outpour of comments similar to the aforementioned, the camp has changed it’s policy slightly. Instead of “killing” each other, campers would “collect” lives. However, the “Tributes,” who are as young as 10 years old, continue to use more graphic terminology as the bloody sacrifices were the main focus of The Hunger Games.
What do you think of the idea? Is it appropriate? All in good fun? Watch the video below for footage from the camp below, then tell us in the comments!