Free haunted house opens Sunday in Yakima

Free haunted house opens Sunday in Yakima
YAKIMA, Wash. -- A free haunted house opens this weekend in Yakima. A man turned his front yard into a giant display for kids and families.

It started seven years ago with one tent. Since then, it's grown to six tents and 16 displays.

It costs him $4,000 this year to make it happen.

"Every year we've gotten a little bigger, ever year we've added a new display and changed something and it's just been fun you know it's a year round project," said Michael Indorf, haunted house creator.

The haunted house opens this Sunday and runs through Halloween from 6:30 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. 1022 South 37th Avenue.