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Ready for a fright? Vernon's popular Halloween attraction announces its return

Field of Screams at O'Keefe Ranch
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August 03, 2021 - 10:16 AM

It's still months away but plans for Vernon's annual Field of Screams event at O’Keefe Ranch are already coming together.

This October they will be offering up 17 nights of the dead walking the earth.

"Grey-skinned, moaning, missing an eyeball and coming for you - Zombie’s are fear incarnate," reads the press release.

"Field of Screams: Zombie Apocalypse will feature the origin of the infection, the breakout hospital and even an overtaken amusement park. Enter the walking dead neighbourhood if you dare and protect your brains at all costs."

The Field of Screams will also host its first-ever fourth maze, named The Dark Maze.

"In previous years the event has hosted three mazes full of creepy actors and elaborate sets. This year, they have announced that they will be opening up a 4th and even more terrifying maze with no sets, no actors, and no lights," according to the press release.

Field of Screams will be offering ticket sales early this year and will be limiting the tickets sold each night.

Tickets will go on sale on Aug. 1 and can be found on their new website at

The dates for this year's Field of Screams will be October. 1 and 2, 7to 9,13 to 16,20 to 23, 27 to 30.

Gates will open at 6:30 p.m. and the event will run from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. It will once again be hosted at Vernon’s O’Keefe Ranch.

For all the information on ticket prices go to the website, also follow them on Instagram at @fieldofscreamsbc or on Facebook at Field of Screams BC.



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