The Cobb Factory
THE "PANIC" CONTINUES!! WE WILL BE OPEN NOV 2nd & 3rd

OPEN: Every Friday & Saturday thru October from 7:15pm to the last soul is thru.

<BGSOUND SRC="http://www.panicfest.com/audio2.wav" LOOP=TRUE> The History of Eli Cobbs
On September 29th, 1937, police in O’Fallon, Missouri arrived at the dilapidated farmhouse of Eli Cobbs, who was at the time suspected in the robbery of a local general store and disappearance of its owner. Receipts indicated that Cobbs had been the last customer at the store.

Cobbs' desolate farmhouse was a study in chaos. Inside, junk and rotting garbage covered the floor and counters. It was almost impossible to walk through the rooms. The smell of filth and decomposition was overwhelming. While the local sheriff, Ethel Woodrow, inspected the kitchen, he felt something brush against his jacket.

When he looked up to see what it was he ran into, he faced a large, dangling carcass hanging upside down from the beams. The carcass had been decapitated, slit open and gutted. An ugly sight to be sure, but a familiar one in that deer-hunting part of the country. It took a few moments to sink in, but soon Woodrow realized that it wasn't a deer at all, it was the headless butchered body of a woman. Beatrice Cobb, Eli's wife.

A quick search of the house turned up the bodies of his children, Joshua age 12, Emily age 9 and Adam age 4, in the large back room that served as their bedroom. Each child's body had been laid in bed as if they where asleep, however later evidence turned up to suggest Cobb hunted them down in what reporters eventually dubbed his "maze of death." The Maze, which was completely overlooked during the initial days of the investigation was created by Cobb cutting confusing paths into his cornfield, some of the "walls" where reinforced by plywood or barbed wire.

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Panicfest.com is looking for a few good monsters! No acting experience needed. We simply ask that you have the desire to scare the bejesus out of a bunch of folks you’ve never met before! Well.... actually we need a little more from you than that: We need you to work on weekends, provide your own transportation to the site and be reliable. You probably shouldn’t be claustrophobic or afraid of the dark, but that’s not so much a requirement as a good idea. If you are interested simply fill out our form and someone will contact you.

 

 

 

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You will be subjugated to intense audio and lighting effects, extreme low visibility, strobe lights, fog, damp or wet conditions in a physically demanding environment. This means that if you?re not up to the challenge you should stay away! Possible reasons to pass on this event include;

  • Being less than 10 years of age.
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  • No eating
  • No drinking
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NEW FOR 2012

 

Mortuary
The Cobb Factory now has a creepy mortuary added into the mix. A place where restless spirits echo in the dead of the night.

Haunted forest
Ride through the haunted Cobb Forest on our hayride. This is only available weather permitting and is included in the purchase of a ticket.

Extended Hayrides
Our hayride has been extended this year. A longer hayride, a longer scare.


 

2012 Pointergeist
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