Can you survive the Trail of Terror?

Waldorf, MD- Something is lurking in the dark-- something spooky, something scary, something gruesome, something gory—are you brave enough to see what it is? Will you make it through the Trail of Terror and live to tell the tale?

You still have two more weekends to test your nerves at Regency Furniture Stadium, Home of the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs in Waldorf. This is the second year for Ebe Haunts CornStalker’s Trail of Terror has hosted the haunted attraction at the stadium.

It’s more than 6,000 square feet of twists and turns, while you’re plagued with screams of victims and creatures jumping out from dark corners as you try to find your way through pure terror.

Jimmy Guy is the owner and he rents the space at the stadium. He said he has always loved providing a good scare around Halloween. “I used to scare all of the kids who were out trick or treating on Halloween, so I always wanted to do this.”

Guy said the Trail of Terror is a unique experience compared to the other haunts in the area. “The actors are very good, there are good scares and we’ve had a lot of great responses.”

The Trail of Terror provides fog, strobe lights, music, gore and many unexpected scares, “it’s intense.” Guy said. The suggested age is 13 and up.

It takes about 13-15 minutes to make your way through the twists and turns—but don’t worry—you can’t get lost.

Guy said the trail is improved and bigger than last year—but the price hasn’t changed.

CornStalkers Trail of Terror is open Fridays and Saturdays in October from 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m. and Sunday, October 29 from 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m.

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Editor's note: The Southern Maryland Sabre's are doing a 50/50 raffle and selling concessions at the end of the Trail of Terror as a fundraiser--because Jimmy's son is on the team.

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