Date(s) - Saturday, September 24, 2022
Maniac Mountain Haunted House
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…..WHEN THE DAYLIGHT CAN NO LONGER KEEP THE DARKNESS AT BAY NIGHT FALLS AND
THE EVIL CREEPS IN TO ENGULF THE FIELDS OF MANIAC MOUNTAIN…..
Once home to the wealthy coal Baron and his beautiful young bride… a place of lust, betrayal and murder. The young bride was having an affair with a young man from one of the clans of the mountain who all worked for her husband. The young bride thought she was going to get caught with the derelict lover, so she shot and killed him. The clans were crazed with rage because they knew the truth. So they descended from the mountain to seek revenge and kill any and all below. In the midst of the carnage the Baron hung himself in the barn. From that day forward, it was forever known as Maniac Mountain
At dusk evil creeps into the field and it becomes alive. The corn field was where many of the Baron’s servants sought refuge from the Maniacs during the night of the massacre, but each one was hunted down and their throats were slit and their blood was spilled into the field. Legend has it that the Baron’s greed was so strong that he forced his workers to go deeper and deeper into the ground. Some say they even dug clear to hell and released evil onto the Mountain. That evil, along with the spilled blood, soured the soil. Only evil grows there now…along with twisted and blasphemous plants that thrive on blood.
A nightmarish stronghold constructed for the sole purpose to kill, torture and mutilate the countless victims that have wandered too close to the mountain never to be seen again. Death Metal will crush your soul and twist your mind, just before it grinds you up and throws your scraps to the junkyard dog.
Open for Halloween September 23rd – October 30th, a ticket includes all three attractions. Tickets range from $30 – $60, and can be purchased at the gate or online. Children must be 13 or older, unless accompanied by an adult. Gates open at 6, Attractions begin at Dark. Ticket booth closes at 11 PM Fridays & Saturdays and 10 PM on Sundays.