haunted housing: Indiana Fields of Fear

I had no movie post yesterday because the fam and I were off to Lafayette for media night at Indiana Fields of Fear in Lafayette, Indiana. We got to experience all three attractions. I pasted a description I stole from their official website below.
“FEAR IS ALIVE! Indiana Fields of Fear offers 3 haunted attractions for the 2012 season (October 5 – October 28). Our haunted attractions include The Gallows, Creature Cavern, and Hogs Hollow Farm.
On December 11, 1816, Indiana became the 19th state. The fields of Indiana were filled with rich soil, bringing good fortune to those that settled here. As the state grew in population, predators began to feast on the innocent. Torture and death lurked in the darkness. SO, come join those that have come before you and meet your fate in three of the Indiana Fields of FEAR!”
Fields of Fear is fun! Three haunted houses, each with its own story.
We headed into Hogs Hollow Farm first. It began with a short stint in a boxcar in which a crazy lady gives you the rundown on some tasty meat the people at the farm served her. Visitors then venture deep into the realm of crazy country people, ma and pa in the farmhouse, their livestock nearby. All the while, all is dark, but you aren’t alone. There’s a cacophony along the entire path, screaming, creepy characters emerging from the scenery to scare the crap out of you.
The same is true of The Gallows. A ghastly mortician in a top hat ushers visitors into a hellish afterlife through a funeral home and a large coffin-shaped doorway. Along this second path, the tormented deceased express a desire to leave. Meat and bodies hang in various spots throughout.
Last but certainly not least, we headed into The Creature Cavern. Wow. This thing is nuts. I don’t want to insert any spoilers, but this was unlike any other haunted house experience that I’ve had. The entrance and at least one other part were…unnerving, which is the whole point of a haunted house. AmIright? If you’re not a fan of a small spaces, this section will freak you the funk out. It’s not all claustrophobia, however. Creepy crawlers lurk in corners of swampy scenes, devouring victims and such.
It was a very fun time. A combo ticket for all three attractions is only $17, plus I think discounts are available. It’s a bit of a drive from Indy, but it’s a leisurely one up 65.
Here are some pics of the children and me and various creatures from the cast after our run through the houses. Everyone was really nice. And yes, I am aware that I look completely sloshed in this picture. Let me assure you that I was not sloshed, just geeking out. lol

Here are some links if you would like more information.

http://indianafieldsoffear.com/

http://www.facebook.com/IndianaFieldsOfFear

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