Cannonvale woman creates haunted house for locals to visit
CANNONVALE resident Dee O’Sullivan is going above and beyond for Halloween tomorrow.
She has transformed her tiny flat into a haunted house.
The haunted house, which features a witches spell room, a mad scientist lab, a ghost and ghouls corners and a scary surprise if you make it to the end, is called ‘Kali’s Haunted House’ and is dedicated to Kali Guyer who passed away in 2012.
Kali’s mother, Heather Leavitt-Guyer, is a member of a Facebook group Ms O’Sullivan runs called ‘Whitsunday Halloween Trick or Treating’.
Ms O’Sullivan created the closed group so Whitsunday locals could find a list of house addresses in Proserpine, Cannonvale and Jubilee Pocket that will be open to trick or treaters this Friday.
Ms O’Sullivan was moved by Kali’s mother’s story who said that Kali’s favourite day of the year was Halloween.
She decided to create a haunted house in honour of Kali and since Heather Leavitt-Guyer now lives in the United States, she will put together a video of the haunted house in action on Friday.
“I’m going to give visitors a chance to hold up the sign saying ‘Happy Halloween from Airlie Beach, Queensland’ and to send their well wishes to Heather on this difficult day – just a way to let her know we haven’t forgotten about her and we still think of her,” she said.
Anyone interested in finding out house addresses participating in trick or treating tomorrow are invited to join the Facebook group.
SPOOK-TACULAR: Wait until Cannonvale residents see what Dee O'Sullivan has in store for trick or treaters this Friday.