I was at once intrigued when I heard there was a "haunted corn maze" that sold out every year for the four days it was open. We signed up and anticipated this event for our last evening while in the Northeast Kingdom.
Driving through the dark on the country road prepared us for the isolated scenario that embellishes this event. Once there, we were led to an enclosed wagon and driven to a building where vintage horror shows were playing on a large screen. The anticipation is played well and by the time you actually enter the corridor to the maze you are primed to scream.
The corn is towering over your head and there are no lights on your narrow path through the stalks. You must trust your sense of hearing to discern if there is something waiting for you in the corn field, however, often, there is no warning.
Scream, I did, and wrenched my partner's arm out of the socket and screamed more. There is a sense of authenticity in this venue as you are alone on a path in nature with others spread thin along the way.
You will get your money's worth and I swear all the way back down the country road I thought I saw people coming out of the corn, trees, and any other back drop!
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