It was a short-lived season for a maze of sunflowers in the area.
The Sun Flower Maze at Country Junction in Bradford has closed for the season. The late-summer attraction announced earlier this week that the sunflowers had outgrown their beauty. An ad on Facebook says: “We are sad to announce that the mazes are closed for the season. This week’s weather has pushed the flowers past their prettiest and now they are falling off. We will have pumpkins and cornstalks for sale this weekend and there will be some sunflowers too. Thanks to everyone who came out and enjoyed our farm. See you next year.”
The Sunflower Mazes opened for the season on September 3.
Now that fall is here, spooky season is upon us. Fright at the Fort returns to Fort Knox this October after a two-year hiatus. organizers of the five scary nights They’re already hard at work bringing back the spooky event, bigger than ever. One change this year will be online ticket sales only. Tickets went on sale earlier this month through Eventbrite.
According to the organizers, “Past years have caused traffic jams for our neighbors, parking issues, rushed guest experience, staff burnout, and many other behind-the-scenes challenges. We look forward to a better experience for our guests with these crowd control measures.” .
Fright at the Fort 2022 Dates:
- October 15th
- October 22, 23
- October 29, 30
Tickets will not be sold at Fort Knox, and guests will be turned away if tickets are not purchased in advance. Tickets will be sold for specific one-hour time slots for each night of Fright. Ticket sales close at 4:30 pm every night.
Fort Knox and the Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory will close for the season on October 31.
Real events that happened in Maine that should be made into horror movies
Every once in a while you see a local headline that reads like a horror movie synopsis. Maine has seen its fair share of grizzly murders, ghost stories, and possible evidence of cryptic heartbeats in the woods. While some stories may be difficult to prove, their basis is believable enough to live on in the infamy of local folklore. Here are five movie-quality events that happened in Maine that we’d see if they were made into a horror movie.
Take a Forbidden Peek Inside Frozen Fort Knox
Again, the fort is closed from November to April. Please do not attempt to enter the interior of Fort Knox. Entering the fort during closed months is trespassing and very dangerous.