By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk LAFAYETTE, IND. — Fans of “Stranger Things” can enjoy a new corn maze in Indiana based on the popular Netflix series, WDRB reported. >> Read more trending news The maze will debut at Exploration Acres in Lafayette on Sept. 14 and will be open through Oct. 28, the television station reported. ‘Stranger Things’ Corn Maze To Open In Indiana https://t.co/yvFySH8gKb— CBS Philly (@CBSPhilly) September 4, 2018 Tim Fitzgerald, president and CEO of Exploration Acres, said he got the idea for the maze after binge-watching “Stranger Things,” WXIN reported. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 Covington officer shot at Walmart; One suspect dead 2 ‘American Idol’ notes: Jennifer Hudson, Fantasia, Carrie U 3 Atlanta Falcons News | NFL | Main Page | AJC The size of the maze is equal to approximately 15 football field, and paths through it are more than 10 miles long, WDRB reported. Its design will include images from the show, including the main characters riding their bicycles, the television station reported.