Florence, South Carolina 2021-10-17 17:18:19 –
Marion, South Carolina (WBTW) — Halloween is just around the corner. in short. There are only two weekends left to check out Marion’s Purgatory Haunted House. There, the cast offers horror for good reason.
“There is no such thing here in Marion, young people have to do something, which is affordable for everyone,” said Michelle Caps, director of the haunted house.
Caps said he had built a haunted house for the past two years. This year, it will benefit the Foundation for Children with Autism.
“It’s called Graham’s dream for autism, and 95% of our income goes to it,” Caps said. “It is useful for school education and various treatment needs.”
The name of the non-profit organization is named after his son. She said her son sometimes wears a mask to get caught up in fear. So far, she said purgatory has raised about $ 2,000.
“People were very attractive,” said Jasmine May. “They confirmed that we were scared.”
In May and Khamele Manning visited Purgatory and was so scared that he had to get back in the car. Caps said there is nothing better than giving good fear to customers.
“It’s just fun for me,” Caps said. “I like to see people scared and having fun.”
Purgatory is open Friday and Saturday from 8 pm to 11 pm. Admission is $ 10.
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