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Maan Farms in Abbotsford hosts Haunted: Agatha’s Witching Hour

Halloween event features 3 main attractions, including chainsaw corn maze

Maan Farms in Abbotsford will be “Haunted” again for Halloween.

The site at 790 McKenzie Rd. hosts it annual event from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31 with the theme Agatha’s Witching Hour and three main attractions – a chainsaw corn maze and elevated fan favourites, Homestead and The Way Down.

The newly located midway section will be filled with live scares and Mama Maan’s signature fall foods.

“This year, the creators of The Scariest Corn Maze in Canada are excited to unveil Agatha’s Witching Hour, a haunted experience where guests are immersed in unspeakable horrors and spine-chilling scares as they attempt to escape Agatha’s dark magic alive, and solve the mystery of Esme the good witch,” says Amir Maan, creator of Haunted and Maan Farms’ director.

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The Scariest Corn Maze in Canada returns with a slaughterhouse theme, where Agatha’s dark magic has turned a tranquil corn field into a horrifying labyrinth of chainshaw terror.

Homestead invites visitors to experience a full-contact immersive live theatre experience, and The Way Down is Canada’s first hooded haunt.

Guests will cover their heads and be guided by rope as they are led into a world of multi-dimensional sensory overload, experienced through Agatha’s nightmare.

Mama Maan’s fall sips and bites include festive beverages, spiced tea (chai), freshly popped kettle corn, mini doughnuts, field-to-plate pumpkin pie and savoury classics such as samosas, butter chicken and chickpea bowls.

Guests can experience one, two, or all three Haunted experiences. Ticket prices are tiered based on demand and are available at

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