What looked like a typical off-campus house from the outside was nothing but typical on the inside.
MSU students turned their house on Gunson Street into a haunted house to raise money for charity.
It took sixteen helpers to create this makeshift haunted house.
It took them days to move furniture out and replaced it with an elaborately decorated house.
“This is our haunted house we started it last year to raise money for the hurricane relief in Puerto Ricco and it was kind of a success so we decided to do it again this year,” Collin Tefft said. “This year we are donating all the money to ‘Fleece & Thank You,’ they make blankets for kids in the pediatric wing at Sparrow Hospital.”
The haunted house was open from 9 p.m. until midnight and raised $400 for the charity.
This will be the last year the seniors are able to do this, but they are hoping the next homeowners carry on the tradition.