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Larger-than-life characters bring some (undead) life to the party. (Photo by Stephanie Faughnan)

  BARNEGAT – While a local family enjoys turning their home into a chilling spectacle of terror, they’re not just doing it for the screams and spooky thrills. They’re using their passion for all things Halloween to make a difference in the lives of veterans.

  Kevin VanArsdale, a proud Marine veteran who served two tours in Iraq, has always had a deep commitment to supporting his fellow vets. For the second consecutive year, VanArsdale and his spirited family have decided to provide the public with a spooky adventure to raise funds for those who have served the country.

  Giant, eerie figures loom over the front yard of VanArsdale’s home at 5 Knox Court. The family spent hours setting up the elaborate Halloween display that offers free admission to the public. Instead, they’re accepting donations for Vetwork, a non-profit organization that supports veterans.

Photo by Stephanie Faughnan

  Amidst the spine-chilling spectacle, the tombstones and cobwebs almost seem like the least intimidating aspects of the display. As visitors head towards the eerie winding path, they’re met by two costumed children who serve as the welcoming committee. But guests shouldn’t be fooled by their youthful appearance – in this spine-tingling world, any type of creature could emerge from the shadows at any moment.

  The air is thick with suspense as ominous sounds play in the background. It’s a symphony of scares that accompanies those who venture forward. Among the nightmarish cast of characters are multiple skeletons, with one pumpkin-headed figure with glowing eyes emitting spooky sounds.

  A towering reaper of souls, as well as an animated predator of the night and a colossal immortal werewolf are just some of the creepy creatures designed to send shivers down the bravest of spines.

  The display includes black lights throughout, as well as a section with strobe lights and a fog machine.

You never know who – or what – you might see on Halloween. (Photo by Stephanie Faughnan)

  VanArsdale said the family began accumulating animated figures over time, with many purchased in local retail stores.

  “The most expensive was the phantom,” shared VanArsdale. “He’s fifteen feet tall and was about $400.”

  However, VanArsdale added that although the costs add up, the family puts together the display because they love sharing the spirit of Halloween. The concept of using it as a fundraiser to help veterans only started last year.

  “We raised $1,300 for the Wounded Warrior project,” VanArsdale said. “There were nights we had this whole cul de sac packed, and our neighbors are great about it.”

Photo by Stephanie Faughnan

  The display is already open and will be available for seven days a week from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., weather permitting. As the nights grow longer, so too will the shadows of the eerie creatures that loom over the Van Arsdale’s yard.

  It’s a fun time for all those who dare to visit the VanArsdale’s short walk of terror. There’s also the added benefit of contributing to a worthy cause while getting spooked for even a short time.



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