Cape Coral couple’s haunted house serves up scares for a good cause

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“After dark is when it gets really scary. This is called Terror on 20th and we are a home haunter and yard haunt,” said Jason Fields.

He and his wife Dawn scare because they care.

“On Halloween night, we’re going to give the kids something to do, something to see,” said Jason.

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The couple spends countless hours transforming their Cape Coral home into this “Terror on 20th.”

They say they set up takes a little over a month and for more than two decades, this is their way of giving back to the community.

“We don’t charge any money to come in. This is for fun,” said Jason.

Instead of money, they ask attendees to bring a can, because this terrifying display is also collecting food for the Harry Chapin Food Bank.

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“They bring a professional bin here and they’ll come collect food from us so we’ll get upward of one thousand pounds of food just from Halloween night,” said Jason.

“We estimated somewhere close to 5 tons over the years,” said Dawn.

So while it’s safe to say this haunted house isn’t for the faint of heart, you’ve gotta hand it to the Fields for creating a haunting Halloween experience that’s making an impact in Southwest Florida.

If you want to check out Terror on 20th in Cape Coral, it’s on Southwest 20th Avenue, south of Veterans Parkway.

If you plan to bring younger children, the Fields recommend you do so before dark.

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