Howll'een Manor is back for a second year!
The haunted house is set up throughout the backyard of two neighbouring homes along 99th Avenue in Fort Saskatchewan.
Donald Lawrence and his family started setting up at the beginning of September, using fence boards and walls from a shut-down haunted house in Edmonton.
Previously, just the front lawn has been decorated, but for the past two years, Lawrence has integrated a spooky walk-through to provide the full Halloween experience.
"Anything to keep on getting bigger and better and just making it more fun."
Throughout the manor are rooms with different themes and characters, played by neighbours, family members, drama students and volunteers from this year's sponsor group: Bianca's Dance Company.
"It's free, but we ask for food bank donations," added Lawrence. "Or if someone wants to make a donation to help support the haunt, they're more than welcome but it's not mandatory."
Howll'een Manor is open on Saturday (October 28) and Tuesday (October 31) from 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m, as well as a less scary version from 12:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Sunday (October 29) for kids.
"Keep on haunting."

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