Habitat for Insanity!

As Summer 2012 winds down, we're gearing up for our 2nd year of Morey's FEARS- Terror on the Boardwalk. We've spun massive spiderwebs over Mariner's Landing, we're raising the dead and training them to perform and CornStalkers has begun to emerge from the Wildwood Beach. 

This year, CornStalkers has new twists and terrors that await you! The maze will be a little larger with more scares, scenes and shocking tricks. As you can see, the Morey's Piers crew is already hard at work bringing a year's worth of ideas, feedback and nightmares to life. 

Will you join us for Morey's FEARS- Terror on the Boardwalk 2012? 


Peter Theunisz says:

January 12, 2011 at 12:23 pm

Hello Jack, Karen,

Must have been a strange experience to be the tourist attraction yourself.
Didn’t they ask for an autograph or a picture with you and Karen?
The Chinese are very friendly though.

Have a nice stay in China!
Kind regards,

Greg says:

January 12, 2011 at 1:59 pm

It is common for the chinese to get a picture with an American, they say it is good luck.  I was on the great wall and everyone around could not get close enough to get a picture with an American.  Makes you proud to be an American.

Carl says:

January 13, 2011 at 10:06 pm

What a great story.  Hope you are enjoying your visit to the far east.  Hope to get there in the future ourselves.  I’m curious about the other attractions at the theme park you visited?  Are they similar to ours?

mike says:

January 14, 2011 at 3:02 pm

Are the Chinese people really that rude as to mock someone who is different in such a way??  That’s sad. I’m glad you kept your cool and didn’t take it to heart.  It just seems pretty rude of that guy to do that.  :(

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