For the last 28 years, Michael Jubie and the team at the Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses have been frightening the Halloween spirit into their guests. This year, however, the state has put capacity limits and strict social distancing rules on the facility due to the coronavirus. Still, it’s found ways to spook customers through a drive-in hayride, seven bone-chilling haunted houses, and a terrifying outdoor corn maze. Cheddar’s Michelle Castillo got a scare herself on the 65-acre fright farm.