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Terror Behind the Screen Raising Money for Cancer Center

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Terror Behind the Screen is in Pasco and is officially open. Terror Behind the Screen is in Pasco and is officially open.

PASCO, WA -  Terror Behind the Screen is back again, but this year they are adding some new elements to the experience.

There is a three dimensional special effects section that goes along with 3-D glasses to enhance the experience.

Also, parasitic aliens will be making a debut this year.

One dollar of every ticket sold will go to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center and the T-shirts are available for $15.

Michael Novakovich with the Tri-Cities Cancer Center says he thinks this partnership will help reach more people about cancer awareness.

"You need something like this, I mean these guys are so great, their tagline is we care because we care and they created some wonderful T-shirts for us so, yeah this is a wonderful way to outreach, hit a whole new group of people maybe a younger demographic and help them understand how important it is to take the right steps to prevent cancer," Novakovich said.

Terror Behind the Screen is open now and runs through Halloween. Tickets are $12, it is located across from the post office on Court Street in Pasco.

For more information, click here. 

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