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Area’s newest haunted experience brings professional FX design and unique characters for an immersive thrill

HAVERHILL, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#AutumnRavenwood Haunted Farm will open later this month as one of the Boston-area’s newest and immersive haunted experiences for this fall season. Situated on the banks of the Merrimack River, Ravenwood Haunted Farm promises to deliver the latest in set design, unique characters, and storylines to create a memorable evening full of thrills. It opens Friday, September 27, and will run weekends through Saturday, November 2.


Ravenwood Haunted Farm


Chris’ Farm Stand


436 Salem St.


Haverhill, MA 01835


September 27-November 2


Every Friday, Saturday, plus


Sunday, October 13


Thursday, October 31


Dusk until 10:00 p.m.


Starting at $27.99

“Our team is proud to have our roots here in the greater Boston area, a part of the country that has such a long and fascinating history that naturally ties in with Halloween and hauntings,” says Benjamin Selecky, co-creator of Ravenwood Haunted Farm. “We wanted to take our collective experience in working with successful haunted farms, locally and nationally, and bring a fresh experience to the region. Our team has collaborated with experts who have worked on movies and national amusement parks to deliver the newest, thrilling fall festivity.”

Ravenwood Haunted Farm is located on Chris’ Farm Stand in Haverhill. Started by the Stasinos family in 1970 when Chris Stasinos was nine years of age, the farm stand has grown over time and remains a family run business with the fourth generation of sustainable, family farmers getting ready to take the reins. This local farm grows a wide variety of natural farm fresh vegetables, fruit, honey, eggs, Thanksgiving turkeys, and is known for its award-winning pumpkins.

Agritourism activities like Ravenwood Haunted Farm help support local farms by introducing new visitors for activities such as apple picking, hayrides, corn mazes, and now, something for after dark. By becoming the location for Ravenwood Haunted Farm, Chris and Marlene Stasinos are helping to bring a unique, haunted experience to the North Shore.

“Our family has been active in the local community for nearly 50 years,” says Marlene Stasinos, creative partner for Ravenwood Haunted Farm and co-owner of Chris’ Farm Stand. “Chris’ Farm Stand also holds several additional fall activities, including an annual Pumpkin Festival every weekend in October and other family festivities. We are excited to continue that tradition, sharing our farm to help create a memorable evening for guests.”

In addition to multiple sets, Ravenwood Haunted Farm consists of a short hayride through the farm, a walking trail, and haunted corn maze. It is staffed with many characters and monsters that will both scare and entertain guests.

Tickets may be purchased online in advance or at the door for an additional $5. Concessions will also be available for visitors.

About Ravenwood Haunted Farm

Situated on 157 acres at Chris’ Farm Stand in Haverhill, Massachusetts, Ravenwood Haunted Farm is a collaboration between Chris’ Farm Stand and Fourth Omen Entertainment. Visitors will experience fear, fun, laughter, and excitement as they journey through the haunted woods and discover the secrets earthed in the ominous cornfield. Ravenwood Haunted Farm is located approximately 30 minutes north of Boston, at 436 Salem Street in Haverhill, Mass. For more information and tickets, please visit


Heather Caouette


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