Haunted house goes pink to honor life lost to breast cancer - WKRN News 2

Haunted house goes pink to honor life lost to breast cancer

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MT. PLEASANT, Tenn. -

After the relative of a haunted house employee lost her battle to breast cancer, the Halloween horror attraction decided to go pink in her honor.

Evilution Haunted Woods in Pleasant View is hosting "Scare'n Away Breast Cancer Night" in honor of Rita Kimbro Miller.

According to her obituary, Miller battled breast cancer for seven years before losing her life on October 21 at the age of 64.

The haunted woods has added pink ribbons around their property and painted a giant pink pumpkin, among other changes, to show their support.

A portion of the ticket sales will go toward the funding of breast cancer research. Tickets cost $13.

Located at 7091 Highway 41-A in Pleasant View, the attraction will be open Friday night from 7 until 11 p.m.

For more information, visit their Web site.

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