Halloween spell broken

“For 20 years I never had a single trick-or-treater. I kind of gave up after a while,” admits Tammie Willis. But that’s all changed this Halloween.

With the help of daughters Faith and Jericha, Willis has transformed 177 Christina St. S. into a frightfest of ghouls, ghosts and animatronics that’s a popular stop on Sarnia’s Haunted Halloween Tour.

They’ve already handed out candy to more than 1,000 young visitors and collected 160 pairs of donated socks for charity during ‘Socktober.’

“We just wanted some kids to come,” Willis said. “Now it’s so great see all these families show up.”

– George Mathewson