In addition to the barn, there is also the attic, where visitors can try to fight claustrophobia through the darkness in a maze only as wide as a coffin. Outside, a new attractions called "Got Zombies?" allows guests to take on the role of zombie hunters in a vehicle equipped with paintball guns. Members of the 78th Air Squadron at Robins Air Force Base will turn to zombies at night, and for $12 zombie hunters can take a ride through the field and attempt to annihilate them with paint-balls. Regardless of which attraction draws your interest, Jimmy Steffen says you will be scared...
The Perry Haunted Barn is a charity. After operation expenses are paid, proceeds go towards various charity programs. This year, one of the charities which will benefit is the Wounded Warriors project. Guests can also get a one dollar discount off of their entry fee if they bring a canned good to donate.
The Haunted Barn will operate every Friday and Saturday night from 8 til midnight, and every night October 25 through 31st from 730 til midnight. Zombie Stuart Appleton says a visit to the Haunted Barn is a great way to get in the spirit of Halloween.
For more information and to purchase tickets, you can go to perryhauntedbarn.com.
The Perry Haunted Barn is the busiest the week of Halloween, so it if you want shorter lines, try to go earlier in the month.