2 Warwick families support charities with haunted houses
WARWICK, R.I. (WLNE) — Two families in Warwick are donating to charity with contributions they collect from their haunted houses.
Halloween is less than two weeks away, and Anthony Moussally tells ABC 6 News their haunted house had over 100 attendees last night.
Fred Moussally and his son Anthony live in Warwick, hosting The House At Lakecrest Circle Halloween Display.
For the past 7 years, the father and son have donated 100% of donations to the Warwick Animal Shelter.
The walkthrough, built by the Moussally’s, features zombies, clowns, smoke machines, and music.
On Saturday’s and Sunday’s, there are usually actors in the haunted house.
If you want to see 20 foot clowns, and say hi to Michael Meyers, you may want to check it out.
Daniel and Anthony Rayhall also live in Warwick, running Rayhall Halloween Displays from their home for the past 7 years.
The Rayhall’s are donating 100% of proceeds to Hurrican Ian Relief fund.
Daniel Rayhall shared with ABC 6,”We offer kid friendly mapped 3D projection on the front of the house which includes This is Halloween, Halloween dance party, Ghostbusters, and hocus-pocus. The scary walk through that takes about 10-15 mins starts at the gate of our back yard and takes you through a terrifying maze where you end up in the Amigone funeral home to pay your final respects!”
You can visit either haunted house until Halloween.