Friday Fictioneers: Haunted Hayride

Before I begin. I have a Facebook page that I’d like to promote. I know some of you do as well. That being the case I thought this would be a good opportunity to create a linkup of our pages to have all of our Fictioneer author/book/writerly pages in one place to make it a bit easier for everyone to support one another.

Click here to go to the linkup to add your page or view the others.

Just a note. Only “like” a handful of pagesΒ at a time or Facebook will block you from liking for awhile.

Thanks, on behalf of everyone you “like.”


Every year the people, some from as far as Canada, arrive in throngs to experience our haunted attractions – the best in the lower 48. By far, the biggest draw has been the haunted hayride since we added it three years back.

We really outdid ourselves this year though. Few people know this, but the skeletons hanging from the trees at the entrance are actual human bones, strung ’em together with baling wire myself. I have the high turnover rate here at the farm to thank. With our employees constantly changing no one ever questioned a few missing migrant workers.


This post was written for Friday Fictioneers.

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