Horror house helps raise sick children's spirits
Suburbia underwent a spooky makeover this week, as thrill-seekers flocked to a south Dublin estate.
The Halloween House of Horrors, in Killiney's Bayview estate, started with a couple of discarded dummies, but now raises thousands each year for Debra Ireland to help children with the chronic skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
Electrician Ken Carraher has transformed his entire front garden into a spooky marquee, crammed full of hundreds of moving witches, zombies and giant spiders.
This is the 16th year that his suburban home has been turned into a Halloween spectacle, with Ken spending over a month wiring up all the special effects.
EB is an incurable genetic skin condition.