BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It's time to get into the spirit of Halloween and what better way to do that than to get scared at a haunted house, especially one that helps animals.
For the third year, 870 Lee Drive in North Tonawanda will be hosting a haunted house right in their backyard. Last year the King family collected cans for the North Tonawanda food pantry. This year, they are asking people to make a $5 donation and all of those proceeds will go to helping the Niagara County SPCA.
Everyone in the King family is inspired to help make "Niagara Nightmares" a fun Halloween attraction.
"I'm excited to see people's faces when they walk through, I love this time of year, my kids ask me about it in June and July and we plan it all year-round," Kyle King, Builder and home owner said.
15-20 actors make you want to scream after walking through the butcher's shop and electric room. The house will be
open this weeken
d and next weekend and then every night leading up to Halloween.