Nov 8 2012 By Jessica Etherington
Around 100 people came to the house on Halloween night
A WALLASEY woman transformed her house in to a scary Halloween walk through aid of Wirral Autistic Society.
Lindsey Woolsey, whose son suffers from autism, wanted to raise as much money as possible for the charity by making her house on Goodwin Drive into a Farmageddon style walk-through.
Mrs. Woolsey describes going through hell for 13 years trying to get diagnosis for her son Andrew, who is now 14.
Around 100 people came on Halloween night, where there was a variety of scary characters throughout the house. The total amount raised is still being counted, with donations still coming in.
Lindsey said: “It was great. I really enjoyed it and so did everyone else, the atmosphere was amazing! My son wore a clown mask, he was made up we all had a fantastic night.”