I wasn't even going to go through the haunted corn maze.  Not because I'm scared of that sort of stuff, but just the opposite.  I don't scare easily, nor do I care to try.  Capturing everyone's cowering reaction in this video made it all worth while.

Although there isn't much in the way of sights to be seen (it was dark, after all), hearing the terrified reaction of my wife and my two sons made it worth the trip.  Logan, my 6-year-old, was all for it until we actually got on the tractor to go to the maze.  It was an immediate turnaround for him.  He spent the entire trip with his fingernails dug into my sides.

My older son, Tyler, likes to see himself as brave, but as you can hear through the video he's not exactly the solid rock he thinks.  My wife, on the other hand, is admittedly a ginormous coward.  I'm convinced that if I wasn't there to lead the way, they'd still be screaming and trying to find their way out of the maze.

What made it truly scary for those three was that they didn't get out to Robinson Family Farm prior to it getting dark.  Not seeing all the bounce houses, the playground and the games made it look quite scary.  There was no moon, and it was pitch-black.  I'd been out there twice during the day already for broadcasts, so I knew exactly how much fun it was being out there.  For all they knew, this was the scariest place on earth.  I have city boys.  Farms can be scary.