Looking for a good fright?
Mountain Terror Farm and Corn Maze fits the bill.

Mountain Terror Farm and Corn Maze will be open Friday and Saturday nights through October.

Enjoying its inaugural season, the attraction located at 295 Fincastle Road in LaFollette, boasts a scary story, bonfire and a food truck.
The two story brick home that dates back to the 1800s belongs to Kim and Starla Myers. While the home and its picturesque setting has been used a wedding venue, the couple decided to try something different this season. Thus the corn maze and haunted house were brought forth.
The $20 admission gets thrill seekers a hay ride, a guided tour through the home and a trip through the corn maze, Starla Myers said. During the tour of the home, live characters will be in hand to add to the fright.
When guests tour the home, they will be treated to the story of the Wynatt Family and the tragedy that befell them at the hands on axe wielding patriarch.
“It gets really dark up here at night,” Myers promising a good scare
Between arrival and the tour, guests can wait by a bonfire while they enjoy a snack of funnel cakes, hot dogs, chili and drinks. They are welcome to return to the bonfire after the tour, Myers said.
Sherry Griffith is the mastermind behind the decorations, Myers said of the work that began in the summer for the haunted house. “She has a great imagination,” Myers added.
Mountain Terror will be open Friday and Saturday nights until the end of October between 8 and 12 each night.
Admission is $20 per person.
For more information visit www.mtnfarmentertainment.com  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/12/2018-6AM)