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Its getting very scary on Third Avenue in Huntington.

A local couple hosts "A Nightmare on Third Avenue" haunted house at the corner of Third Avenue and Eighth Street in Huntington.

Carlos and Crystal Leep have held the event for the last four years as a way to have fun and raise money for charity.

The event is filled with screams and scares around every corner and features some new attractions this year.

They say the attraction is based mainly on scary movie characters and monsters.

There is also a room filled with zombies trying to escape from their cage.

The event is open Monday through Thursday from 7 p.m. till 10 p.m. and from 7 p.m. till midnight on weekends.

The $5 donation goes to local charities.