Scary time for a good cause

The Haunted Skellington Manor allows locals to visit during the day

ROCK ISLAND, Illinois - Quad-Citians had the opportunity of visiting the Haunted Skellington Manor during the day.  
The Scaredy Cat Lights-On show gives people the opportunity to enjoy the haunted manor, but without the darkness and scary actors. 
People go through two floors filled with haunting images. 
Families are encouraged to dress up to take part.
The funds from this event go to their water for life project. It provides fresh, clean water to families in need in Kenya.
Manor owners say it's a great way for people to get into the Halloween spirit. 
"It is, we've had several paranormal groups come through over the last few years and they have gotten a lot of evidence indicating that yes it is haunted," says Skellington Manor owner Penni Steen. 
This is the last weekend for the haunt shows. 
They're open Saturday from 7 .m. to midnight and Sunda from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. 


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