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First Ever Zombie Prom


Fear on the Farm presents Inaugural Zombie Prom


Original reporting in the Putnam Review by Clint Thomas.

While some may remember their own high school prom as a horror story, Battlefield Operator Steve Jordan has taken this to an entire new level with this new Zombie Prom.

Fear on the Farm have recently launched their first ever Zombie Prom.


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Party-goers were encouraged to dress as zombies for the ghoulish gala; a zombie king and queen was crowned during the evening. 

Jordan’s team served zombie cupcakes and zombie punch as spooky refreshments.

Music was spun by Sinister Sound DJs. Photographer Mike Winland was on-site to capture the scary scenes. There were also great prizes and giveaways “ghoul-ore.”


Zombie Laser Tag Equipment from Battlefield Sports


Fear on the Farm is an offshoot of Lee’s Studio Productions, which long-time dance instructor Lee Jordan opened in Winfield.

“We decided to add laser tag to Lee’s Studio Productions,” said Jordan, “and what better way to kick off this than the day after Zombie Prom?

“It’s really neat. We’ve been working with a group out of California called Battlefield Sports. They are literally top of the line when it comes to laser tag guns. There are really good laser tag guns and really bad laser tag guns. I wanted them to be the best.

“Zombie Laser Tag is so interactive, very theatrical. We put on so many shows and productions — I like to do things like that. It’s very inactive and touches on all the senses,” he said.

A Prom With A Spooky Twist


“The Zombie Prom is actually an event that people put on almost like a dance event,” Jordan explained last week. “It’s a little bit different, but it’s almost the same as the Mom Prom they do in Charleston in every year — but with zombies.”

Jordan said Zombie Proms have been held in different areas throughout the state and nation, but, to his knowledge, not in Putnam County. “I’ve been to a couple. It’s a great thing to bring people together in West Virginia.”

The Winfield resident said attendees are welcome to go “full zombie” in attire or only as “undead” as they desire in their fashions.
“It’s like dressing for prom, but however severe you want — from a bite on the head or neck or done head to toe,” Jordan said.

“We’re going to have a DJ,” he said, “and we’ll be playing some different games, with lots of zombie-themed prizes. We’re going to bring in judges to pick the best-looking zombies as king and queen.”

The Zombie Prom was open to ages 14 and older.


“It’s going to be a really big party. We wanted it to be like high school/college to adult. We didn’t want it for the little ones, but, of course, the little ones don’t go to prom, anyway.

“It’ll be in a family, safe atmosphere, with plenty of free parking,” Jordan said.

“If this goes well, I hope to have other themed parties. Around Halloween, we’d like to host a Vampires’ Ball. And maybe do a ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ party, where people can dress up like the characters. This the kind of stuff West Virginia needs, and our facility is set up wonderfully for having these,” he said.


Fear on the Farm will enable gamers to zap zombies in Laser Tag challenges.  (Laser Tag sessions without zombies can also be booked on request.)
For additional information about Zombie Prom or Zombie Laser Tag or contact Fear on the Farm go to www.fearonthefarmwv.com