A family devotes time and effort to giving you a spooky halloween.
Matthew Vavalle spent the day getting skeletons and zombies ready for Sunday Night.
Vavalle says the tradition started in 1995 with a bowl of candy on the porch and tombstones in the front lawn..
He says it slowly morphed into something his family looks forward to preparing each year.
And something neighborhood kids look forward to experiencing.
"It scares a lot of them, but it's safe and it's better than toilet papering and egging houses, and the kids around here are actually pretty respectful, we've never had an issue with anything." said Matt Vavalle
The Haunted House is located at 37 Vine Street on the South Side of Binghamton.
You're invited to get spooked out on Halloween Night from sundown until 9PM.
There is no charge, but the family asks you bring a non-parishable food item to be donated to CHOW.
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