LENOIR CITY, Tenn. – Celebrate the season with an authentic scare at Dead Man's Farm Haunted Attraction, celebrating 10 years of fear by introducing four new attractions Sept. 28-Oct. 31 in Lenoir City, Tennessee for the ultimate October fright.
A visit to Loudon County in October is not complete without a trip to Dead Man's Farm. The haunted attraction has become an annual craze, bringing visitors from throughout the region.
The Bludgeon House tour and Buried Alive casket simulator will send you away screaming. Guests at Dead Man's Farm can scream their way through the Haunted House, be "Buried Alive" in the coffin simulator, try to free themselves from the "Electric Chair Escape," and race against the clock for their lives in the two mini escape rooms, named "Serial Killer Escape"' and "Black Magic Escape." For those over 18 who want a more extreme experience, the haunted house ticket can be upgraded for $5 to include a "Touch Option."
For more information, visit www.DeadMansFarm.com.
About Loudon County
In a state that is full of fall color and made for road trips, Loudon County, in East Tennessee, is golden. With views of the Great Smoky Mountains and a spectacular collection of lakes and rivers dotting its landscape, Loudon County, long known as the Lakeway to the Smokies, offers visitors an exceptional fall travel experience. This sweet spot between Knoxville and Chattanooga has convenient Interstate access and offers the most scenic and least congested route to the Smokies from I-75 and I-40 East.
There are so many ways to enjoy this beautiful outdoor destination this fall. Plan now to add Loudon County to your Great Smoky Mountain adventure. You can find lodging options and more details at www.VisitLoudonCounty.com.
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