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“Deceased Farm” Continues Another Season of Spooky Fun October 26

Popular attraction at Clinton-Sease Farm provides horrifying experience for thrill seeking people of all ages

Lexington, SC (James Bowers) - Deceased Farm is one of the most popular seasonal attractions in Lexington County. According their website, each October, horror buffs are treated to some of the most immersive, intense haunted houses and corn mazes in the south at Lexington’s Clinton Sease Farm. In a new twist for event goers, organizers have combined the corn maze and haunted buildings into one self-guided attraction. The move will reduce wait times and help everything move more efficiently.

According to Clinton-Sease Farm's Carrie Dalton, “We like to mix things up from year to year.” She said that the attraction is very intense, featuring gory imagery such as skeletons, graphic wounds, and chains.. Guests will wear 3-D glasses, adding more realism to the experience. Actors playing creatures such as zombies will be present and may even touch guests on occasion. However, touching the actors, especially in violent way, is strictly forbidden.

This haunt is not recommended for children under 12 or those with health issues like a weak heart or bladder!People who have an adverse reaction to the graphic horror of Deceased Farm may visit another corn maze without those gory elements on the same property.The Farmer's Shed Gift Shop will also be open during the event.

Deceased Farm will run from Thursday, October 26 to Sunday, October 29, then again on Tuesday, October 31, with the final two events coming on Friday November 3, and Saturday, November 4.

Ticket sales begin at 7:30 p.m. each night and close at 10:30 p.m. on the Thursday, Sunday, and for the Halloween show. All those dates cost $16 per person. For the Friday and Saturdayshows (October 27 & 28 &November 3 & 4), sales close at 11:30 .p.m. Those tickets are priced at $20 each. Additionally, guests may purchase fast passes for $35, which allow admission to all Deceased Farm events.

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