Here is the amazing story of the Family Guy corn maze, a work of at created by a farmer to honor the long-running cartoon program. See the photos of the farm and, read the story, and see a video from the show below.
Should your kids be watching Family Guy? I do not think so for sure, but tell us what you think in the comments. Meanwhile here is the rest of the story about this field of dreams.
The Family Guy corn maze was created by a farmer in Danvers, Massachusetts named Bob Connors. He carved the cartoon depiction into his corn field just this month in October 2009.
One day he decided to mow his corn rows into a pattern from his favorite television program. That is what obsessed people do with a little too much time on their hands. The result were the characters Stewie and Brian larger than the largest big screen television in the world.
The work of art of sorts is truly a maze-ing which people can navigate through who visits the farm. The entire thing covers an impressive seven acre area!
Sounds to me like a lot of fun for the family including kids can be had in Danvers, Massachusetts thanks to the farmer with a sense of fun. So if you are in the area, and especially if you are hungry for corn, go right to Bob Connors’ corn farm. That will prove the adage from the movie Field of Dreams is actually true. You know the one. If you build it they will come.
However who would let their children actually watch that show? So as you ponder the crazy Family Guy corn maze, watch the video and you will see what I mean.