Like your typical haunted house, there's something that'll make you jump around every corner.
Joe Naber and his family have been at it for ten years.
"I've been scaring with my father for as long as I can remember," says Jessica Naber.
But this isn't just your average haunted house.
Joe Naber, who organized the haunt, says, "about 3 years ago we started with the local Henrietta Food Bank collecting donations, and it's grown so much that we added more charities."
What used to be run out of their house has now grown so much that they've taken over the Henrietta Moose Family Center off of West Henrietta Road every weekend in October. But one thing hasn't changed.
"The whole family gets involved in this," Joe explains. "My son helps build props and helps fix things. He's also a scare actor. My daughter is a scare actor and does makeup."
But as you tour the "manor," complete with a spooky kitchen, creepy living room and even an eerie organ room, you'll forget that they're just actors. And maybe the freakiest part of it all -
"It's really low cost and it all goes toward a great cause," says Jessica. "So it definitely pays off."
For a spooky good time, you can still check out Nightstalker Manor. The haunt runs Friday and Saturday nights through Halloween weekend.
Tickets are $6 at the door, $5 with a non-perishable food donation, and proceeds go to organizations like the Ronald McDonald House, the Henrietta Food Bank, and also Moose Charities.
You can check out their website at www.nightstalkermanor.com