(BEDFORD) – Are you brave enough to enter the Haunted farm, weave through the Sudex Maze and hop on the Haunted Hay Ride?
Something went terribly wrong on the farm at 639 Anderson Road in Bedford.
While workers were building the farmhouse they started to disappear.
Suddenly they reappeared but in ghostly, ghoulish forms.
The maze has turned into a horrible cat and mouse game. Once you enter you may never exit. A deranged soul with a chainsaw chases those that enter. Around every turn, another scary figure chases those who enter.
Years ago, workers opened a drive-in theatre along the trail to the maze. Now that drive-in is closed to the public. On opening day a deadly event happened. Those attending were found ripped to shreds in their vehicles. Now their tortured souls haunt the area.
To bring hope back to the area a church was built. But the area was cursed. The nun who was to bring peace instead became demented and now roams the venue.
Brave souls can visit this ghostly encounter every Saturday night in October, on Halloween night, and on the Friday and Saturday after Halloween.
All victims, we mean visitors must sign a waiver to get onto the property, and all visitors under 18 need a parent or guardian to sign a waiver for them.
Kid’s Events are from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. every Saturday in October. The cost is $5 per child, and Open Admission is $15 per person from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. every Saturday in October and also on Halloween night and the Friday and Saturday following Halloween.
Tickets can be purchased at the door. The ticket allows those attending to visit all three hauntingly attractions – Haunted House, Sudex Maze, and Haunted Hayride.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Lawrence County Boys and Girls Club, LIFE Food Pantry and WildCare Inc.