Locals will get to let out their screams at this year's Carnage Caverns.
'Face your fears' is this year's theme for the Sheeptown Players' haunted house, which will be set up just off of 88 Ave in the Fort.

"This year is completely different from last year," said coordinator Melanie Green. "Anybody who came last year is going to be absolutely confused again with what is going on."

Three Fort Saskatchewan charities will all receive proceeds and donations from the event; The Food Bank, Families First Society and the Boys and Girls Club.

"We chose three charities this year since we've been doing very well," added Green.
A donation of $5 per person or $20 per family of 5 and a non-perishable food bank item is suggested for attendees.
Last year, the Caverns raised around $1600 and 500 pounds of food for the Fort Saskatchewan Food Bank.
The event will take place on Friday (October 27) and Saturday (October 28).

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