Frights that will Scare the F*** (fear) out of you, in Schaghticoke, NY


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EAST GREENBUSH, NY (10/13/2012)(readMedia)-- Frights that will scare the F*** (fear) out of you in Schaghticoke, NY

Liberty Ridge Farm Harvest Haunted Attraction is open for the October season with frights and thrills that promise more fear and more fright in 2012. The Harvest Haunt has recently expanded to become one of the largest Haunted Attractions in the Capital Region, now offering 5 haunted scary experiences that requires advanced reservations. The 5 Haunted Attractions include the Farmer's Haunted House & The Forest of Fear, FortHUNTD and The Field of Screams and the All new ShadyRest3D. This year the Harvest Haunt begins with a trolley ride to the fear side of the farm, dropping you amdist the sounds of the shrieks and screams all around you to begin your scary experience.

Liberty Ridge Farm Harvest Haunted Attractions begin with the trolley ride that delivers you to the barnyard under the cover of night where a madman farmer's house is. The farmer apparently went mad after his daughter Sara Anne was killed by a horrific freak farm accident. Each night begining at 7pm the farm fills with shrieks and screams as the farm delivers you to the fear side. Liberty Ridge Farm serves up fright begining with the Farmer's Haunted House and his Forest of Fear that farm legend says is haunted by Jebidiah Scrye. LIberty Ridge Farm aserts that Jeb and his corn-stalkers are watching every step you make in the Forest of Fear just waiting for the right moment to pounce. The 2012 Harvest Haunt is filled with new twists and turns that play on your worst fears and test of your tolerance of fright.

"We think the 2012 Harvest Haunted Attraction is our best ever, with 5 Haunted attractions and improvements in lighting, sound systems and new story elements and characters to serve up plenty of fright in 2012", said Cynthia Gifford, owner of Liberty Ridge Farm. "Our Haunted attraction appeals to all types with attractions that are scary and fun at the same time. We see many families come to the farm seeking a break from the norm, and for people who aren't interested in the scare factor, we have campfire sites where a family can set up home base for a few hours as they venture off to the haunted house while others stay warm and roast some marshmallows. We offer campfires and scare birthday parties that begin with a cabin after dark and entrance to the Haunting Attractions. If you like to be scared after dark, I think the field of screams corn maze at night is one of the most frightening experiences, there is nothing more scary than being in a cornfield in a breeze, being turned around, hearing the corn rustling with screams all around you, it just heightens your awareness as each step becomes filled with fear and anticipation, and then we gotcha! We suggest arriving early to ensure maximum enjoyment and time to experience all the haunted attractions." You can find more info on

Liberty Ridge Farm is the Northeast's premier agri-tourism destination. Now in their 13th Season, the Farm has expanded, now offering a variation of events that encompass all four seasons. Liberty Ridge Farm has entertained families for 12 years, with their Cornfield maze, fall festival & signature apple cider donuts, fresh baked pies, fresh fudge, fall mums, pumpkins, corn stalks, a variety of fall décor. Their popular themed weekends are a highlight in the fall festival and a fall staple for families and friends of all ages. From culinary excellence to rustic charm Liberty Ridge Farm is available for fund-raising, corporate events, social gatherings, company picnics, school educational field trips, weddings, sweet sixteen parties and more. Come September the farm hosts its annual Fall Festival featuring the largest and most original cornfield maze in the Albany Capital District and a Barnyard of Adventure. The fall agri-tourism season runs from September 22nd to November 4th offering the public, groups and school field trips a chance to get lost in the corn field maze and share in over 20 farm inspired activities that make for a full day of adventure. Liberty Ridge Farm, the Capital Regions hidden treasure that offers food, fun and outdoor adventure entertainment all located in one place.

Liberty Ridge Farm, 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY.

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