Spring Valley is about to get haunted. The Kingsland Key Club, in partnership with the Spring Valley Chamber, Kiwanis and Builders Club, is bringing their Halloween haunted house to life on Thursday, Oct. 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Spring Valley Community Center as part of the Halloween open house.

This year's sinister theme is based on plantations of old.

"Trick-or-Treaters will be guided through the haunted house by a tour guide, who will tell the story of the old plantation and what happened there years ago. Hopefully, the ambiance will be set just perfectly so that it is an eerie experience," Kingsland Key Club President Corrin Lee divulged.

This is a free event, though freewill donations are appreciated. Proceeds will be going toward the Eliminate Project. The Kiwanis International and UNICEF sponsored project focuses on eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus, which is a deadly disease that kills nearly 60,000 women and children every year. There will be a donation area stationed at the entrance of the haunted house.

After you survive the spine-chilling tour, venture across the street to Photography by Kari to get your fright immortalized. From 4 until 7 p.m., owner Kari McGill will be selling the 5x7 photographs for $10, with all proceeds going to Spring Valley Parks and Rec.

So all you ghosts and goblins, superheroes and princesses come get spooked on Halloween night in downtown Spring Valley.