The Haunted Corn Maze
One late afternoon, in the ghost town of Birmingham, Alabama, a girl named Mallori Anne, went to the haunted corn maze for her friend’s birthday. It’s been known to be the scariest corn maze in America. People believe it is truly haunted. Some say they have seen girls go in but not out.
It was a cold, stormy night when Mallori Anne was waiting patiently in line with Kailey BreeAnn. They were waiting in line when suddenly a headless vampire came up behind them and chased them into the maze, pushing everyone aside.
They entered the maze with fear; it was dark and musky. No one was in sight except those from the dead. Shivering with fear, the two girls wandered hopelessly through the maze. They see what appears to be fog. In the mist of the fog they see an old, rotten, wooden sign. They slowly approached the sign with caution. The sign said “Beware, if you touch any creatures or bodies they can have a revenge attack and if any damage is shown you will face the consequences of death.” When they passed the sign they heard a deathly screech coming from behind them. They looked around, no one was in sight.
Suddenly they felt a flash of cold air on their necks. It gave them the chills. Unexpectedly, a man with a chainsaw carefully followed them just out of sight. On the left side of them, there was a hole, all of a sudden a dead bride wearily climbed out of the hole, just missing Mallori Anne’s ankle.
On the opposite side of the path, there was a possessed clown skipping toward Kailey BreeAnn with a cheesy grin. He rapidly picked her up and threw her into a ditch. Mallori Anne screamed for help while he chased her with a butcher knife. He threw Mallori Anne into the ditch where Kailey BreeAnn was.
Kailey BreeAnn explained to Mallori Anne how she found a secret tunnel that brought them to a catapult that flung them into a graveyard where skeletons guided them out.