For the third year in a row, local construction company WNY Property Kings will host a house haunt at 870 Lee Ave., North Tonawanda. The event opens Friday, Oct. 1, and will benefit the Ten Lives Club and the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital in Buffalo.
The haunt is an anticipated attraction for the community, as residents enjoy getting a fright while knowing they are giving back.
WNY Property Kings owners and Halloween enthusiasts Kyle and Alisha King decided to spread the love this year with support for the cats of Ten Lives Club and their love of animals, and also Oishei Children’s Hospital due to a recent scare in their family’s lives.
“Our job at the haunt is to scare, but this summer we had quite the scare of our own. Our newborn daughter was admitted to Oishei Children's Hospital with RSV. She was on oxygen and fluids for days on end, and we were so scared as she struggled to breath,” Kyle King said. “The doctors, nurses and staff were so good to our daughter and us and made us feel at ease during a very scary time. We are happy to share that our daughter is doing much better now. Because of how amazing they were to us, the 870 Lee home haunt will be raising funds for Children’s Hospital as well as Ten Lives Club.”
For updates or more information, visit the event Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Niagaranightmares/.