Airmen like TSgt Brandon Grimes can build just about anything, "as civil engineers, we build stuff."
This month Grimes and 100 other members of the 2nd Civil Engineering Battalion put their skills to work in a new way, "the military set us up to build anything and definitely this haunted house."
This haunted house features all the Halloween dcor you can imagine, "a little bit of everything, the blood guts and gore, people jumping out at you," Grimes says.
It's the first time the group's gone off base to scare up support, turning the back of a well known Halloween store into a scary treat for all!
Mark Aurich, who owns this Halloween Express, says it's a first for the company too, "we are the first Halloween Express to ever have a haunted house inside."
Grimes says, "they've been awesome, donated a lot to this and the one on base of course, giving us a location is great too."
This new location is helping the airmen scare more people than ever.
"It's been busy, everyone is leaving happy or scared depending on how you poll it," Aurich explains.
The haunted house raises more to support airmen and their families, "its all for moral especially toward the holidays with people being deployed, just want to take care of our people," Grimes explains.
So enter if you dare, it's a good cause and a good scare.
You can see the haunted attraction from Friday through Halloween. It opens at 6:30 pm, tickets are 10 dollars, $8 in advance. Kids are buy one get one. Call Halloween Express for more information.