The haunted town of Lil Sur Mer has once again receded back into the fog after another successful Halloween season.
Lil Sur Mer is a haunted town that is created each year, located at 240 Springfield Road, south of Swift Current.
For the Halloween season, the attraction had six different haunted tours people could sign up for.
This year tickets were $20 per person and each tour lasted about 40 to 45 minutes.
Andy Keys who runs the haunted town is giving all proceeds to local charities in Swift Current.
“And why not? I think we might just be a little weird, trying to scare people all the time, so we have fun doing that and we like to just give back to the community,” shared Keys. “Where else would it go? I mean, we could put it in our own pockets, but I don't think that's right,” exclaimed Keys.
The snow that the area received put a damper on the festivities during the event, which features a large outdoor portion. Regardless of the poor conditions they all still had a great time taking people on the tour.
“Mother Nature put her claws into us a little bit so we had to cancel a couple of nights but we rescheduled for one weekend extra,” said Keys.
The total of the money they raised has not been tallied yet, but some of the charities that the proceeds will be going to are Central and Fairview School breakfast programs, the Penna Patterson Cat Colony in Morse and the Kinsmen and Kinettes.