Visit their website : click banner
Haunt Profile : Maryland >> Sinister Crops    
  Sinister Crops  

Latest Facebook Post from This Haunt   Latest Tweets from This Haunt
Sinister Crops
Views: 2507
Scare Factor: 8.9 Skulls
Monsters/Actors: 9.2 Skulls
Originality: 9.3 Skulls
Sets, Detail, Theming: 9.2 Skulls
Special FX: 9.2 Skulls
Our guests rated this attraction 45.8 Skulls out of 50.
Rate it : Guest login here
Photo Gallery View more photos - click here  
Sinister Crops
Click here to view
Added: Mon, Apr 23,2012
Sinister Crops
Click here to view
Added: Mon, Apr 23,2012
Read Featured Articles From Around the Web
User Name     Password     LOGIN-IN
  Guest Sign Up  |  Owner Sign Up
  Create an account to rate and review this attraction
  Log-in to manage and update your profile.
Lost your username or password?
Sinister Crops
14934 Schaeffer Road
Maryland 20841

Phone: 301-540-7781
Email: a.hungerford1?
Replace the ? with the @ symbol in your email program. We have changed this to prevent spam.
Visit their websites listed below :
Web Site :
Face Book :
Twitter :!/sinistercrops
Google Maps :
Dates of Operation : Sept-29(discounts opening night), October 5,6, 12,13,19,20,25,26,27,31 November- 1,2
DATES OF OPERATION IN GREEN - click on green date for hour
Highlights of Attractions :
Maryland Haunted House HIGHLIGHTS: Maryland and DC's most terrifying haunted corn maze! Experience Fear like you've never known. Once you descend past the old post and travel to the end of this eerie drive, you will find yourself in a world you could've never imagined. The only way out is to find your way through the corn. But once you think you are almost free, you realize you've just gone deeper into this evil madness.

Those who are lucky enough to escape with their lives, have never been the same and are too paralyzed with fear to speak of the tragedy's they experienced within the stalks. The others, the one's who don't make it out, are never heard from again. Their bodies are lost in the corn forever. No one truly knows what lies within the SINISTER CROPS.

Special Events :
Maryland Haunted House SPECIAL EVENTS: Check the website regularly for updates and special events at

Directions from Major Interstate :
Maryland Haunted House DIRECTIONS:

Directions From Virgina1. Take I-270 North 2. Take Exit 15B, merge onto MD-118 (S. Germantown Rd) 3. Continue toward MD-355/Germantown 4. Turn Right at Germantown Park Drive 5. At traffic circle, take 3rd exit, make right onto Schaeffer Rd. 6 Continue .6 miles past Maryland SoccerPlex 7. Sinister Crops will be on the left side of Schaeffer Rd., there will be orange signs at the entrance.

Directions From Frederick. Take I-270 South 2. Take Exit 15B, merge onto MD-118 (S. Germantown Rd) 3. Continue toward MD-355/Germantown 4. Turn Right at Germantown Park Drive 5. At traffic circle, take 3rd exit, make right onto Schaeffer Rd. 6 Continue .6 miles past Maryland SoccerPlex 7. Sinister Crops will be on the left side of Schaeffer Rd., there will be orange signs at the entrance.

Comment Wall (0 comments) View more comments
To add comments login as user. Login here
Blog Wall View more blogs 
  To add comments login as user. Login here  
Sinister Crops Haunted House Event: HISTORY
Sinister Crops Maryland Haunted House Event: THE HISTORY

My grandmother used to warn us kids never to go past that post, and never ever to go into that corn. My parents said she was old and didn't know what she was saying.

It was an afternoon in the middle of summer and a few of my buddies and me had been riding our bikes all day, and ended up farther outside of town than we ever had been before. Soon enough, we were coming up on the old farm my grandmother told me about. I wanted to impress my friends with my legends about the corn, so I called them over. "No one that goes in ever comes back," I whispered creepily. It was funny how scared they got. Until Jerry spoke up.

"I dare you to go in there," he squawked. He had an annoying voice.

"Don't be dumb," I said. "Let's just keep riding." My heart was dancing in my chest as I waited for my friends to back me up. They didn't.

Jerry crossed his arms and cocked his head. "What are you, chicken?"

Those four words are the cause of most of the trouble a kid ever gets himself in. So, of course, I hopped on my bike and took off down the dirt and gravel path. Passing the old wooden post, I closed my eyes and remembered my grandmother's words. But it was too late.

I skid my bike to a stop at the edge of the corn, and turned to face the other kids with my best "tough guy" face. I think it worked, because my buddies, and even Jerry, looked scared of me. Or scared for me - I don't really know which. Without saying another word, I left my bike at the entrance to the cornfield and then kept on walking.

I must have walked a long time before I stopped and looked around. In August, it's pretty quiet outside. Everybody's in their house staying cool, or away for vacation. Well, it was even quieter than that in the corn, and now the sun was starting to go down. I thought about what would happen if I got lost. "Just keep going," I told myself.

I only went a couple steps further when I looked over to the side and saw a man's face between two stalks of corn. He was weird looking, and just when I realized what he was, the corn closed up and he disappeared. That was it, I started running as fast as I could toward what I thought was the way out of there. Then, as soon as I turned a corner, I saw another of those things, but bigger. He was looking right at me! A rustling sound came from behind me, and then I heard a chainsaw start up. They were coming at me from all sides!

I ran harder than I've ever ran in my life, hoping each step was going to land outside the corn. I saw a flash of light up ahead. The exit! I threw myself forward, and broke through the edge of the corn.

I hit the ground, and tried to crawl away. But before I could move an inch, there were dozens of arms grabbing at me. I tried kicking and rolling, but then one grabbed my leg, then two, then three. These hands were all over me now dragging me back into the corn. The last thing I remember seeing were my fingers digging into the ground as I tried to pull myself out. Then, everything went black.

All along, my crazy grandmother had been right. Never go past that wooden post, and never ever go into that corn. And now you know why. But, it's not so bad in here now. We eat every Halloween, and whenever some dumb kids decide to be brave. Yeah, I'm starting to like it in this place. SO WILL YOU...

Posted On Wednesday, Mar 21,2012
0 Comments Read This Article or Add Comments Click Here
Page 2


Haunted House Online is the biggest website on the web to help you find haunted houses, haunted house by state, city or by zip code. also features thousands of haunted hayrides, Halloween attractions, corn mazes, ghost tours, haunted tours and much more.  also includes trick or treat safety tips, free pumpkin carving patterns, haunted news, horror movie reviews, featured articles on haunted attractions and links to vendors, other haunt related websites and so much more.  Guests can also create accounts on and rate, review their favorite local haunted houses.  Create an account today and start rating and reviewing haunted houses.  publishs a magazine called Hauntworld Magazine which you can subscribe at  Hauntworld is also a proud supporter of HHA (  Haunted House Online  also supports several haunted house tradeshows and you can find a complete list of upcoming trades on our haunted house tradeshow page. and are the most advanced haunted house website on the planet featured on,,, and has been featured on Travel Channel, National Geographic, HIstory Chanel and every Food TV.  Find haunted houses, scariest and best, Zombie Runs, Halloween Attractions, Haunted Hayrides, Horror events, tradeshows and much more.

  All images, content and information contained on this website is © 2012 Hauntworld, Inc.. • All Rights Reserved     Condition of Use | Privacy Notice | SiteMap  
  Graphics by Brainstorm Studios Inc. -  Developed & Maintained by iSummation Technologies