Stacey Goodman, right, handing over the torch, or in this case, the skeleton hand to Denny, left and Tracey Unger of Cloudhead Games. Last year, the Ungers set up the haunted house in their Cloudhead Games studio and they’re bringing back this Halloween. (File photo)

Haunted house returns to Qualicum Beach

This year, the event will raise money for Big Brother Big Sisters

Cloudhead Games is partnering up with the town of Qualicum Beach for their annual haunted house.

It’s the fourth time the event will be hosted in Qualicum Beach, which raises money for a non profit. This year, the $2 admission fee will go towards Big Brother Big Sisters of Canada.

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Volunteers are needed for setting up and tearing down, as well as on the the scare team. People interested in being a zombie or a helper are encouraged to e-mail Tracey Unger, general manger of Cloudhead Games, at tracey@cloudheadgames.com.

Hours of the haunted house, which will be set up at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre at 747 Jones St., are Saturday, Oct.26 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Thursday, Oct. 31 from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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