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Halloween Haunted House Collects Donations for Food Banks

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2122 Pinewood Court in West Richland 2122 Pinewood Court in West Richland

WEST RICHLAND, WA - Many families decorate their house for Halloween, but not like the group that call themselves "The Boys in Boo."

It's taken a month to set up the elaborate, scary, attractions in the garage, yard and driveway at 2122 Pinewood Court in West Richland.

The whole family gets involved, and it takes over a dozen people to run the show Halloween night.

The most unique feature may be the food and cash donations they collect for local food banks.

One of The Boys in Boo, Shawn Gibson said, "We've got a thousand people coming. So we decided hey, if you want to bring canned food, box food, something that we can give the Tri-City Food Bank, we'll take that."

There's a new feature this year, they can also take credit or debit card donations.

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