Lewisburg family built haunted farm to give community thrills

Lewisburg family built haunted farm to give community thrills


There’s something lurking through the corn at the millers farm… MILLER- We’re a little bit crazy, I guess that’s what sets us apart. The millers have a knack for building… And scares. NAT With some impressive engineering, and Berkley Miller’s imagination, they’ve turned their family farm into a homemade nightmare. RON MILLER- it’s my son’s passion and a family passion. What began as just a corn maze, now features a haunted manor and an entire haunted farm- attracting thousands of visitors each season. This year they added a concession stand and toxic escape room. But the real thrills lie within the manor- a structure the family built from the ground up. BERKLEY MILLER- They might encounter some of the family members… Some creepy things in the walls… FOREBACK- The haunted manor is a product of the creative mind of Berkely Miller. He engineered disorienting features like this room. BERKLEY MILLER- We really wanted to include this disorienting tunnel, the claustraphobia tunnel,… Anything that confuses somebody. Visitors go from the haunted manor, through the toxic cornfields and into the demented forests. BERKLEY MILLER- I do not have a background in theater, I do have a background in farming. It’s just a really fun way to enjoy the season. the millers won’t be the only actors, they’re joined by the Frankfort Volunteer Fire Department and a few professionals… with the help of some animatronics. NAT OF WITCH The farm operates every Friday and Saturday in October after dark. Reporting in Greenbrier County CF

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