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Tomorrow come out and listen to some great music, enter the costume contest, and meet some of the Denizens of Raven's Gulch at Half-O-Ween!! See you tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

Tomorrow come out and listen to some great music, enter the costume contest, and meet some of the Denizens of Ravens Gulch at Half-O-Ween!! See you tomorrow!
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Terror in the Corn

It's Thursday, and you know what that means! It's Meet the Character Thursday! Every Thursday we will be profiling a different resident of Raven's Gulch. Today, we profile Sheriff James Alderden!

Some say Sheriff James has been in Raven’s Gulch longer than anyone. Going all the way back to the town’s founding in 1860, James Alderden counts himself as one of the few original members of Raven’s Gulch still standing. His family helped found the town when he was but a young child, and over the years, many came and went, but James always stayed. When the town needed a Sheriff after the old one was shot by a gang of bandits, James took up the title and has been maintaining law and order in Raven’s Gulch ever since.

Certain townsfolk see Sheriff James as a beacon of truth and goodness. Sure, James himself will be the first to tell you that he can be paid to look the other way. And he won’t talk about what happened to those couple of missing families who were giving him trouble. And sure, alleged criminals do have a tendency to up and vanish rather than see a trial of their peers. But Sheriff James represents law and order and always stands up for the good people of Raven’s Gulch. When it’s convenient for him. Or when important people are watching. Or if he has no other choice.

When the Wells Twins arrived in 1875 and set up their mortuary, they immediately took stock of the authority figures in the town. The first one they swayed to their side was Sheriff James. Not only was his blindness easily bought, but for an additional fee, he would deal with any problem individuals the Twins couldn’t or didn’t want to deal with themselves. Within a year or two, Sheriff James was their number one accomplice. Within a year or two more, he was their main henchman. They found it much easier to operate in Raven’s Gulch with the Sheriff in their pocket. Nobody investigated missing persons cases. Nobody followed up on reports of strange screaming coming from the nearby corn fields. Nobody mentioned that sometimes it was Sheriff James himself making those people scream. The Wells Twins and Sheriff James were a match made in heaven. Perfect for one another. Once Charles and Mildred perfected their formula, Sheriff James was one of their first allies to go through the process. He hasn’t aged a day since then, and for that, (and the wheelbarrows full of gold given to him over the years by the Twins), Sheriff James is eternally loyal to them.

Meet Sheriff James and all of the residents of Raven's Gulch this fall at Terror in the Corn! Opening September 27th!!
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Its Thursday, and you know what that means! Its Meet the Character Thursday! Every Thursday we will be profiling a different resident of Ravens Gulch. Today, we profile Sheriff James Alderden!

Some say Sheriff James has been in Raven’s Gulch longer than anyone. Going all the way back to the town’s founding in 1860, James Alderden counts himself as one of the few original members of Raven’s Gulch still standing. His family helped found the town when he was but a young child, and over the years, many came and went, but James always stayed. When the town needed a Sheriff after the old one was shot by a gang of bandits, James took up the title and has been maintaining law and order in Raven’s Gulch ever since.
 
Certain townsfolk see Sheriff James as a beacon of truth and goodness. Sure, James himself will be the first to tell you that he can be paid to look the other way. And he won’t talk about what happened to those couple of missing families who were giving him trouble. And sure, alleged criminals do have a tendency to up and vanish rather than see a trial of their peers. But Sheriff James represents law and order and always stands up for the good people of Raven’s Gulch. When it’s convenient for him. Or when important people are watching. Or if he has no other choice.
 
When the Wells Twins arrived in 1875 and set up their mortuary, they immediately took stock of the authority figures in the town. The first one they swayed to their side was Sheriff James. Not only was his blindness easily bought, but for an additional fee, he would deal with any problem individuals the Twins couldn’t or didn’t want to deal with themselves. Within a year or two, Sheriff James was their number one accomplice. Within a year or two more, he was their main henchman. They found it much easier to operate in Raven’s Gulch with the Sheriff in their pocket. Nobody investigated missing persons cases. Nobody followed up on reports of strange screaming coming from the nearby corn fields. Nobody mentioned that sometimes it was Sheriff James himself making those people scream. The Wells Twins and Sheriff James were a match made in heaven. Perfect for one another. Once Charles and Mildred perfected their formula, Sheriff James was one of their first allies to go through the process. He hasn’t aged a day since then, and for that, (and the wheelbarrows full of gold given to him over the years by the Twins), Sheriff James is eternally loyal to them.

Meet Sheriff James and all of the residents of Ravens Gulch this fall at Terror in the Corn! Opening September 27th!!

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COLORADO’S ULTIMATE HAUNTED HOUSE EXPERIENCE. Terror in the Corn is open each Halloween season between September through October 31st. Stay updated by liking our social media via Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok for information, special discounts, dates, pricing, auditions, etc.…

TERROR IN THE CORN is a mile long haunted attraction offering an immersive experience into a world of the unknown.  In this "Mile of Mayhem" you and your friends wind your way through a massive corn field filled with your darkest fears...leading to the town of Raven's Gulch where you wander through its abandoned buildings and darkened streets to face the nightmares that greet you at every turn.  

TERROR IN THE CORN is located at Anderson Farms in Erie, Colorado.  A ticket for the attraction also gives you the opportunity to spend the entire day with family and friends on the property enjoying our massive Fall Festival.

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Fall Festival

Access to the Anderson Farms Fall Festival is included with your Terror in the Corn admission.  With tons of great activities, including the 25-acre corn maze, there is plenty of fun to be had.  Spend the day or spend an hour....it's all up to you!

Fire Pits

Get your family, a group of friends, or coworkers together for a fun night around the fire out on the farm!  We have fire pits available to rent for private parties, small gatherings, and corporate events.

Escape Rooms

We offer 5-Minute Escape Rooms.  Whether you want to escape from prison or free yourself from a maniac's secret lair....here's your chance.  Can you survive under pressure??  Try one or try them all!!

Shooting Gallery

Our old-fashioned Paintball Shooting Gallery offers a fun carnival experience, perfect for the whole family.

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TERROR IN THE CORN*

Thursday $

Friday or Saturday $

Sunday $

TERROR IN THE CORN QUICK PASS*

Thursday $

Friday or Saturday $

Sunday $

*Timed Ticket Attraction

**PLATINUM PASS** $

Immediate access into Terror in the Corn, Collectible Platinum Pass & Lanyard, Terror in the Corn Swag Pack (Exclusive Beanie, Key Chain, Koozie, Lapel Pin, Magnet, Phone Wallet, Sticker, and Terror in the "Candy" Corn Wax Melt!) $165.00 Value

* If you are in line past closing time, we'll still get you into the attraction.

Fall Festival admission is included with every Terror in the Corn ticket purchase.

For more information about our Fall Festival, please visit us on our main attraction’s page by clicking here.

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Terror in the Corn is one of the Denver area's top haunted events located at Anderson Farms in Erie, CO!
There are many ways to get here, find your directions below.

WARNING

This attraction reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone. You will experience intense audio, lighting, extreme low visibility, strobe lights, fog, damp or wet conditions, moving floors, special effects, sudden actions, and an overall physically demanding environment. You should NOT ENTER this attraction if you suffer from asthma, heart conditions, are prone to seizures, have physical ailments, respiratory or any type of medical problem, are pregnant or suffer any form of mental issue including claustrophobia.

DO NOT ENTER: the attraction if you are intoxicated, wearing any form of cast, medical brace, using crutches, or have any type of physical limitations. Do not enter the attraction if you are taking medication or using drugs of any type. You will not be admitted if any of these conditions are noticed by our staff.

DO NOT ENTER: IF YOU SUFFER FROM - ASTHMA - HEART CONDITIONS - SEIZURES OR ANY TYPE OF MENTAL, PHYSICAL, RESPIRATORY AND OR MEDICAL PROBLEMS.

DO NOT smoke, run, eat or drink inside the attraction. Additionally there is no touching of the actors, customers, or props inside the attraction. No video or flash photography may be taken inside the attraction. You will not be admitted and asked to leave the property if any of these rules are not followed.

THERE ARE NO REFUNDS! ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK! Your ticket is a revocable license and may be taken and admission refused upon refund of purchase price. Holder of this ticket understands that there is inherent risk involved with attending this attraction. Holder voluntarily assumes all risks and dangers associated with participation in this attraction. In consideration and acceptance of entrance into this attraction holder agrees to release the operator, it's parent corporations, affiliates, officers, directors and employees and landlord from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly, from attending this attraction or any of the attractions at this location

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