Creepy Ridge partners with FFA to scare up funds

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By Bryan Marshall

The self-proclaimed “world’s largest haunted haywagon” is hoping to scare up funds for local Future Farmers of America group’s this Halloween season.

The annual Creepy Ridge haunted attraction is partnering with FFA groups at Grant County and Williamstown high schools to raise money for the student organizations.
For each ticket a student sells, $5 will go toward the FFA.
To purchase tickets from the GCHS FFA, e-mail larry.butler@grant.kyschools.us.

To purchase tickets from the Williamstown FFA, e-mail clay.sullivan@williamstown.kyschools.us or call 824-4421 and ask for Clay Sullivan.
For the second consecutive year, Creepy Ridge at 520 Falmouth St. in Williamstown will feature a Titanic cruise ship hayride, along with several other attractions, from 7 p.m. to midnight every Friday and Saturday through Oct. 26.

Owner Jim Mackey has submitted an application to the Guinness Book of World Records to have the haunt designated as the world’s largest haywagon.

A semi-truck will pull the Titanic hayride as riders go through a wooded path being spooked by masked ghouls along the way.
The ship will also make a stop at the Death Row Haunted Motel before taking riders back.

A magic show will also be presented every half hour beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Food and drinks are available at a concession trailer.
Admission is $15 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under.

Discount coupons are available at the Grant County News and at select local businesses.
For more information, call 859-620-7699 or 859-750-4995 or visit Creepy Ridge on Facebook.