Halloween is just around the corner and people are packing into haunted houses across the Valley, including Fear Farm, which has been scaring people for nearly 20 years.
Fear Farm is known for their creepy clowns, chainsaws and corn fields.
They open to the public at night, but ABC15 was treated to a private daytime tour. The swaying fields and empty buildings are still creepy during the day.
"Fear is just a primal instinct," said general manager Zach Busse. "It's something people love to feel and they love the adrenaline rush."
Busse says Halloween is their Super Bowl and they plan and practice all year to get you to scream.
"Who doesn't like to watch someone else get scared you know," said Busse.
"People love to hate clowns," said Busse. "For some reason, it's just a button that pushes. Everyone is afraid of clowns."