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North Tonawanda haunted house will help Niagara Co. SPCA

The King family began building the attraction on their property in August.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A North Tonawanda family is serving up the scares this Halloween for a good cause. 

Kyle and Alisha King, owners of WNY Property Kings and all-around Halloween fans, have once again turned their property at 870 Lee Avenue into a "home haunt." They're inviting the community to come visit for a scary good time select nights in October. The Kings will be collecting suggested donations of $5 for adults at the door to the Niagara County SPCA. 

"Niagara Nightmares" will be open from dusk to 10 pm October 18-20, 25-27, and 30-31. Children are free. 

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