Haunted harvest: What’s saving family farms
By Jason Nark, Staff Writer
Screams are the most valuable crop that Randy Bates reaps on his small family farm in Delaware County, and it takes a horde of cannibal rednecks, chainsaw-wielding psychos, and, of course, zombies, for the harvest.
A recent Sunday night on his 82 acres in Glen Mills saw hundreds of giddy, nervous people sitting cross-legged on trailers hitched to idling tractors as darkness crept between the cornstalks.
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