By Shana Bethea
The cool October air has barely began to spread across the Midlands but one Columbia organization has had Halloween on the brain for the past ten months.
Creators have been splattering all the flake blood and guts around their haunted hospital since January. The Hall of Horrors will finally open its doors this Friday to scare anyone that comes through.
This Cayce haunt on 1153 Walter Price Street, has been frightening visitors for the pass 30 years and for some people it never gets less scary.
"I have been helping set up House of Horrors for the pass seventeen years and I've never been inside once its done." said Steven Cohen, a member of Cayce/West Columbia Jaycee.
The Jaycees is a non profit organization and the Hall of Horrors is just one of its many projects it uses to provide a good time to the public as well as better the community.
Brain Moore is the Co-Chair to the Horrors project and said all of the proceeds go to Camp Hope in Clemson, South Carolina.
"It's a camp for.....children and adults with intellectual disabilities....over the pass five years we have raised over $50,000 to the camp, he said.
Moore says that Jaycees are looking for volunteers to help at the Hall.
Hall of Horrors opens October third and last until November first. Tickets as well as information on volunteering at Horrors is available on their website.