The Dead End Hayride: 3 Haunted Attractions
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The last date listed for The Dead End Hayride was Sunday October 30, 2011 / 7:00pm-9:00pm.
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The Dead End Hayride
When night falls on the woods of Pinehaven Farm, it becomes the home of the dead and the restless. You will ride down a trail that seems to lead to nowhere. With all new scares leaving you on the edge of the wagon, you soon realize that this is not your grand pappy’s hayride. The cemetery found deep in the dark oak woods of the farm will seem to come alive, enjoying the sound of you screaming as you leave. The Dead End Hayride feeds off your fears and screams, hoping you will come to visit again … if you make it out the first time.
Departed Oaks Haunted Trail
After the tractor and wagon have left you in the woods, you are now asked to make the rest of the trail on foot. When the tractor is out of sight, you might feel a little more alone. The Departed Oaks Trail is the final home for the most interesting of creatures. These rejects and outcasts have been put out by society and now make the Departed Oaks Trail their place of rest. As you wander through, you will quickly find out they enjoy your company and will take full advantage of you coming to visit. They might even invite you in to stay a while…
Sits 66 Cornfield*
With not a better way to finish the night, you will take a stroll through Dead End’s very own garden. For the second year now the Site 66 Cornfield has been offering scares from all angles. The cornfield is home to the 28 foot tower that stands tall against the night sky, shadowing the field and covering some of the bests screams that rise out of the deepest parts. While you finish trying to find your way out, the local people and wildlife will make you feel very cold and lost! At the end of the year the field and creatures will be gone, only to rise again for another year.