Are you afraid of the dark?
If the dark scares you, a terrifying autumn attraction in the Fraser Valley may frighten you to the depths of your soul.
The popular Halloween offering, known as the "scariest corn maze in Canada," will open in September, long before All Hallows' Eve — and for good reason. Numerous people descend on the farm each year to scream their voices raw, as they are chased by a variety of terrifying creatures through a corn maze under the cloak of night.
Each fall, Maan Farms welcomes people from across the Lower Mainland to venture into its haunted adventure. The corn maze's theme this year is a "twisted carnival" complete with freaky clowns that harken back to the 1800s, during the peak of circus culture. "From the cart of ancient wonders to a mysterious gypsy, what foul fortune might befall you within the tall corn?"
Additionally, the haunted event will include its "pitch black" adventure again. The multi-sensory experience invites brave guests to journey into the darkness where there will be "no sight of a way out, just the hope that the claustrophobic nightmare may end. For the horror extremists, welcome home."
Maan Farms will offer visitors a new attraction this year: the "scariest forest in Canada." Guests will journey into the darkness by a traveller who guides them. "Cursed and slaughtered, the pagan inhabitants of a once-proud settlement have come back beneath the crimson moon to drag down any and all who walk upon their soil," reads the description.
"Venture with us if you will, deep within darkened wood."
Read a review of a previous year's haunted corn maze.
Tickets for the haunted event go on sale on Sept. 17 at 5 p.m. for a variety of dates from Sept. 24 to Halloween. All tickets must be purchased online and in groups of four, five, or six. There are no ticket sales at the door.
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Maan Farms is located at 790 McKenzie Road in Abbotsford.