LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- It's almost Halloween, and this fall the crew at Waverly Hills has unleashed a special concoction of ghosts, ghouls, goblins and more to scare up money for the WHAS Crusade for Children.
The former tuberculosis sanatorium is hosting a supernatural gathering of creatures with one thought in mind to scare visitors silly.
Thanks to 3-D mapping, even the exterior of the building has taken on a ghoulish character. The best part, a portion of the proceeds from the monstrous mayhem goes to the support special needs children across Kentuckiana.
"We're trying to figure out a way for this building to give back again and this is the way that we can do it now, taking the proceeds and giving them to the Crusade for Children," Charlie Mattingly, Waverly Hills Haunted House, said.
Mattingly also said this year visitors to the haunted house can take part in a zombie shoot where participants can hunt down zombies with paintball guns.
The Waverly Hills Haunted House will be open every Friday and Saturday night through Nov. 2. Admission is $20.
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