Patricia NicolasOct 15, 2017, 11:42 pm

Restless souls haunt the living to help church fund handicap elevator

Many residents are getting spooked in Huntington Station for a good cause

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HUNTINGTON STATION — The Restless Souls Haunted House Complex opened their doors this weekend in Huntington Station for the seventh year in a row, bringing four different charitable attractions to one location.

“Ranging from traditional haunted house, to escape rooms, to 3D clown experience and dark colony, it’s been going great,” Syosset resident Todd Iredell said.

FiOS1 News was granted access to the Klownkatraz attraction where blood and a lot of horrors create an experience that won’t bode well for anyone with a clown phobia.

“Our crew spends an entire year going across the country to trade show conventions, networking with other haunted attraction owners from across the country, trying to bring a huge production value to our show here and trying to bring a level of quality that not many people would expect going to a charitable haunted house,” said Aiden P. Finnegan of Kings Park.

The attraction will be doling out scares until Oct. 29. The organizers say all proceeds will go to the West Hill United Methodist Church to help them fund a handicap elevator.

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