WNY Property Kings owners Kyle and Alisha King have always had a passion for Halloween and building haunted houses, so a few years ago they decided to build one outside of their home for the community. It became such a hit that the North Tonawanda family decided they wanted to give back, this year to benefit Niagara SPCA.
“The past year we provided canned goods to our local food pantry. This year we decided to change it up a bit. My family and I have a love for animals and so when we heard Niagara SPCA was looking to do their own haunted house, we asked if we could do one for them instead,” said Kyle King.
King began building the haunted attraction in August and says it is five times the size of previous years with full-blown scenes and scares! He looks forward to bringing WNY an experience they won’t forget!
“I cannot tell you how excited we are to do this for the SPCA this year. We truly can’t wait to help the shelter and we are hoping donations from our haunt help as many animals as possible. With that being said we hope to bring fright and fun to our local community for a good cause. Help us help the Niagara SPCA this Halloween season,” said Kyle King.
The 870 Lee Avenue Home Haunt in NT will be open from dusk to 10 p.m. Oct. 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, and Oct. 30 and 31 (Halloween night), come out and get spooked to support our four-legged friends. Kids are free. Suggested donation of $5 for adults for the SPCA. Just Pizza in Amherst will be providing pizza for guests to enjoy on all nights! Terror Technologies Buffalo Zombies will be stopping by for a visit Oct. 19. The Buffalo Ghostbusters will be joining us Oct. 27 and additional activities will be announced soon! Kids are also welcome to take photos with the scare actors! Come one, come all to enjoy the fright for an amazing cause!
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