A S-c-a-r-y House Is Hosting Fundraiser For Peterborough Huskies

Luke Heard is the creator of the super scary HEARD'S HELLHOUSE, which is a Halloween house on Walker Avenue in Peterborough you don't want to miss. 

Heard tells PTBOCanada he will be opening the doors to the public at Heard's Hellhouse (2074 Walker Avenue) for a sneak peek on October 17th from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. (admission is $2).

He will then be hosting a fundraiser there for the Peterborough Huskies special needs hockey team on October 24th (starting at 7:30 p.m.), with all proceeds/donations going to the Huskies team. 

"The reason I picked the Huskies special needs team is because my niece, Emily, plays for them—she suffers from a rare autoimmune disease called Juvenile dermatomyositis," Heard tells PTBOCanada.

"My mom introduced me to Cathie Crozier Tuck (one of the founders of the Huskies), and I mentioned I'd like I do a fundraiser and help support a local charity for kids in the area who want to enjoy the same sports other kids play!"

Here are a few other sneak peek pics below from this epic Halloween house (Heard assures us it's 100 percent more scary at night. We don't doubt that one bit)...

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