Maris Farms Haunted Woods Welcomes Jigsaw Jim

by on Oct.11, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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by: RFR Casket Crew Jigsaw Jim

Maris Farms Haunted Woods

Maris Farms Haunted Woods

Greetings Deadities,

I had the pleasure of visiting a great haunted attraction over the weekend in picturesque Buckley, Washington. Rising like something out of “Children of the Corn”, Maris Farms is a  real working dairy farm that every October tranforms into acres and acres of sheer terror. Based on the “crazy farmer in the cornfield” theme, Maris Farm’s Haunted Woods sends guests out into an almost 2 miles journey through a darkened corn maze (that includes lots of “suprises”) and 20 different sets.

Started in 2004 with a small commmunity theatre group, Plateau Community Players, that provided 20 actors for the show and had over 3,000 attendees for their first season. Maris Farm’s Haunted Woods has grown to be one its most popular yearly events, employing 40 – 50 actors and attracting over 16,000 visitors for the season. Taking over 45 minutes to traverse, this is one of the longest haunted attraction I have ever visited.

Maris Farms Haunt Crew

Maris Farms Haunt Crew

Open all weekends through October including Halloween. Ticket prices are $15 for general admission and $20 for fast pass. Tickets can be purchased on-line or at the farm.

A great big Rotting Flesh Radio thank you to Steve Templeman for all of his assistance and helping to put on one of the best haunted attractions in the pacific Northwest. Highly recommended for all Deadities!

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