Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Strange Things afoot at The Haunted Benjamin Ranch

Back in the days when the west was young, hundreds of frontiersmen and cowboys traveled through the ranch on the Santa Fe Trail. For some, this is where their journey would end.

Between now and then the ranch has thrived, entertaining the locals of Kansas City with parties and rodeos. Until recently...

Recently they've decided to scare the place up on Halloween. They've turned the Benjamin Ranch into the Haunted Benjamin Ranch and it looks like they do a fun job.

Between The Haunted Stables and the Stockpen Cage Maze they have the haunt Mazes covered.....and then throw in a haunted hay ride (which Ive recently become interested in due to a local attraction) and a freak show you've got a good event....especially for a first time venue.

Granted, they do have quite the silly promotional video. It starts off pretty good, but then becomes down home wacky, but it shows off some of the things in store, including lots of footage of the Dusty Cadaver Freakshow (and what appears to be the nail in the nose trick.....ugh.....)

Doesn't really set the tone for a scary event, but it certainly does set the tone for a family event, which The Haunted Benjamin Ranch promotes itself as.

They also showcase their scarier side of the with this video, a walk thru of the Haunted Stables haunt attraction.....still a little silly but genuine and everyone seems to be having a good time!

Everything you could possibly ever want to know about the event (including directions, Hours, and Ticket prices, plus an FAQ page about event specifics) can be found at their OFFICIAL WEBSITE and their Youtube Page

So if you happen to be in the Kansas City, MO area you should stop by and give these guys some support!



Ashe said...

I'll have to check that out next year. Also, they removed the tour video.

The Infernal Mr Adams said...

Yes they did, Thanks for the heads up! It might be because the last one was pretty of sync....I'll have to watch it again to see if they fixed that.