Crazy Family Day: Lost In The World’s Largest Maze
A silly group of tourists contacted police after getting lost in a maze.
A group of visitors to the 63-acre Cool Patch Pumpkins corn maze near Sacramento, California, started to panic after getting lost as the sun began to set.
And perhaps fearing a murderous hulking Minotaur émigré roaming the maze, the tourists dialed 911. Daryl Snedeker, a deputy from the Solano County Sheriff’s Department, told CBS Sacramento they were panicking.
“I think they are overwhelmed. You can get a little worked up when you can’t get out of a place and everything looks the same.”
The lost group obviously didn’t consider taking a single direction and walking through the maze.
Matt Cooley, who owns the maze, said he understood their fear, but also added that he has employees who only job is to track down lost visitors.