Trail of Terror
Located in a rural part of Maryland in the heart of Charles County, lies a deeply disturbing history that very few know anything about..
It is said the very land that now occupies the Stadium itself, was once many many acres of cornfields and farm land owned by a Mr Graves in the early 1930’s. Each year as the fall harvesting season came about, many of the locals would routinely help pitch in to help Mr Graves who had lost his entire family on that very farm. A gruesome scene that is still unexplained to this today, of exactly how they were murdered while in the fields working. Mr Graves was never suspected of being involved after that tragedy had unfolded, however the locals assisting on that farm after the murders began to simply disappear one by one. Along with those locals gone missing, there was a local carnie group of happy clowns and even a group of escaped Asylum patients who all helped on that very farm.
All went missing without a trace.
As the years went by and the suspicion grew stronger, it is said that Mr Graves set his home on fire while still inside. His cries of terror could be heard by locals trying to locate him within……. but his body was never found To this very day little details are known about the truth of what happened in those fields, however one thing is for certain, as each fall harvest season comes around there are unexplained occurrences and phenomena within the stadium walls themselves.
Are these events each harvest season a mere coincidence or something much more disturbing ………….
come see for yourself and we will see you inside!
We offer 2 attractions for our 2019 season!
Our main attraction is the “Trail of Terror”, which will consists of over 9,000 sq ft of non-stop twists and turns through cornstalk trails, narrow dark hall ways and terrifying rooms! This year, the trails of terror go longer and deeper within the pure horror that once covered these stadium grounds.
More details will be shared soon but we assure you,
our 4th season will certainly make the hairs on the back of your neck stand with the intensity and terror.
New for the 2019, our new attraction will be announced very soon!
Trail of TerrorSaturday, October 12, 2019 6:00 PM to Sunday, October 13, 2019 1:00 AM