Halloween is just days away, that means Zombie Farm is gearing up for its busiest weekend of the season.
Anyone brave enough to enter the Zombie Farm this year, is in for an even scarier shock.
Manager Deneen Cave has volunteered at "the farm" for more than 25 years.
"They tore down everything but the shed and did a major remodel from the ground up," said Cave.
Behind every turn in the maze is a new surprise, and it leads you to the new Zombie Town.
"There's a whole little city," said Cave. "The church the jail, the businesses the bank."
Of course there are some old favorites too.
Once inside, the scares continue. A cast of 40 to 50 students are ready to spook you at every turn.
The Zombie Farm has been around for 39 years and while the outdoor maze just got revamped this year, it's the indoor section that will get a facelift for the big 4-0.
"We have a couple specific items we're planning on having being different inside and a lot of things that are still in planning stages, but we're really looking forward to ramping it up," said Cave.
Zombie Farm is put on each year by the group Civitan, which then donates all the proceeds to local organizations.
Last year they raised $25,000.
The farm is open everyday from now until October 31st.
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