The Haunted Corn Maze Near Montreal You Need To Explore Before Halloween

'Tis the season to get scared.
The Haunted Corn Maze Near Montreal You Need To Explore Before Halloween

Halloween is officially my favorite holiday. It even tops Christmas. Why? Because it's the time of year where you can be whomever you'd like. Oh, and I love any excuse to watch a scary movie.

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If you love getting spooked and enjoy Halloween as much as I do, then you would be happy to know about this Vermont corn maze that delivers one of the scariest Halloween events of the season.

Every year, Vermont Corn Maze hosts "Dead North" a unique Halloween event designed to terrify. 

According to their Facebook page, the tickets are already half sold out! Apparently, the tickets to this event are a hot commodity and have sold out every year for the past 16 years!

This super scary Great North Corn Maze will be open for 4 nights leading up to Halloween, October 6th, October 7th, October 13th and October 14th. The maze is only a 2.5 hour drive from Montreal, making it the perfect scary road trip! 

This terrifying event will include a creepy tractor ride, a mile walk through the haunted corn fields where anything can jump out at you at any moment, and walks through buildings with scary animations and special effects.

Via DEAD-North-Vermont

Everything you need to know:

What: Haunted Corn Maze
Where: Vermont Corn Maze // North Danville, Vermont
When: October 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th.

For more info and to purchase tickets click HERE!

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