Halloween Horror Delta returns

Local Mistress of Darkness Robyn Balabanov is once again creating Halloween Horror Delta.

The latest incarnation of the spooky display in Ladner runs Halloween night only and is open for visitors from 6 to 9 p.m. It will include a witch's house with animated monsters, a new fireplace with a burning pumpkin, animated windows, two graveyards with custom-made gravestones, various static and animated creatures, a fullsized mausoleum and more.

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This year marks the 12th edition of the haunted display.

Balabanov's website, www.horrordelta. com, has been completely redesigned with new features like a section on Halloween safety and a blog.

"We will be discussing what will be unleashed and you will be able to see sneak peeks at behind the scenes elements. We also will be answering some of the questions

I have received over the years from the guest books," the site states, referring to the "Behind the Screams blog."

Downloadable copies of background music used in previous years will be available while the site will also be hosting a live webcast of the setup and then continuing throughout the night from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Treats will be given out to trick-or-treaters in costumes.

Balabanov is partnering with the Delta Firefighters Charitable Society for the second year. Last year over $170 was raised. Visit www.horrordelta.com for directions, photos and videos from previous years.

Halloween Horror Delta is located at 5674 Grove Ave., Ladner.

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