Harrisburg ‘Asylum Run’ scaring people while supporting great cause

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If you're looking for a good scare this Halloween season, look no further.
The Asylum Run in Harrisburg is back and organizers say this year, the attractions are bigger and better than before.
Whether you're inside 'Bubba Jack's BBQ Shack' or stopping by 'Mama Abigail and Junior's trailer,' there's a scare waiting behind every corner.
"They can expect to grab a hold of the person they are with and be terrified," said Raelee Shafer, the Asylum Run coordinator.
Organizers say, at least people will be terrified for a good cause!
A portion of ticket sales from the Asylum Run will go to the Hospice of Central Pennsylvania's Camp  Dragonfly.
Camp Dragonfly is a summer camp for children who are dealing with the loss of a loved one.
"We go through a feeling session, a healing session and a recovery session; you know, what's life going to look like now that this person that I lost is gone and how do I move on from that, said camp coordinator Stephanie Schaefer.
Michelle Speck knows first-hand the benefits of Camp Dragonfly.
Her son Luke attended the camp this summer after his grandfather passed away.
"He got to hear from other kids that lost brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers and different situations and felt that it was okay to cry," Speck said.
Organizers are hoping the Asylum Run will give dozens of other kids that same opportunity to grieve, one scare at a time.
Opening night for the Asylum Run is Friday, September 12.
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