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Fear on the Farm begins tonight for second season

September 7, 2018

Fear on the Farm, at 8325 Winfield Road, promises a scare house experience like never before with haunted houses, escape rooms, zombie laser tag and even historic ghost tours in Winfield. Fear on the Farm opens for the season today, Sept. 7, and continues through Nov. 3.

WINFIELD — Prepare for a scare! Fear on the Farm is the name of a new installation for thrill seekers during Halloween season, and it opens its doors tonight, Sept. 7, at 6 p.m.

With the state-of-the-art scare props, this place is sure to leave you thoroughly spooked.

Located just outside the city of Winfield at 8325 Winfield Road, the farm features many attractions. There is a large barn filled with haunts and scares, a spooky woods haunted trail, zombie laser tag and several escape rooms. A special ghost tour offers to take you to haunted places in downtown Winfield and hear true ghost stories.

According to Lee Jordan, the venue’s owner, it is the farm’s second

season of operation, and this year it features many new rooms and offers a wide range of spooky entertainment.

Jordan, who is a professional dance teacher and owner of the Lee’s Studio of Dance in Winfield, takes his Halloween project very seriously. He calls it a “production” and rightly so — from realistic props ordered straight from Los Angeles to hiring more than 50 professional actors via casting call, Jordan said he intends to make it a quality experience that is beyond a typical haunted house.

The escape rooms, where participants have limited time to solve a puzzle and find their way out, are a popular new trend that many people enjoy. Incorporating those into a haunted house creates a whole new way to have fun with friends this Halloween season.

Prices for individual attractions range from S5 to S20. Discounted package options are also available. The season runs through Nov. 3. To find out more about times, ticket prices, and other off-season activities, like Vampire Ball and Zombie Prom, and to check out photo galleries, visit www.fearonthefarmwv.com, or call Jordan at 304-437-2860.

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