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Haunted harvest: What’s saving family farms

October 2, 2016 GMT

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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