This haunted house in Ballyfermot is a must-see before Halloween

A house in Ballyfermot could be the scariest residence in the capital this Halloween, but don’t worry, it’s all for a very good cause.

The house on Le Fanu Road, known as The Haunted Mansion, has been attracting plenty of interest from the community and passers-by in the last couple of weeks.

Ballyfermot Haunted House 27 October 2016

The frightfully decked out home is all in aid of Bumbleance, the Children’s National Ambulance Service which offers sick children a fun and comfortable ambulance that can transport them to and from hospital.

Members of the public have been invited to visit the home today (Friday) between 6:30pm-9pm and to make a €4 donation to the Bumbleance charity by texting BUZZ to 50300.

Among the ghoulish decorations are skeletons in coffins, spooky creatures of all sorts and loads more surprises that are sure to give any visitor a fright.

Ballyfermot Credit Union are also offering to make a donation to Bumbleance whenever someone sends them a picture of themselves outside the Haunted Mansion.

You can check out the Haunted House Facebook page HERE.

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