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Postal worker helps coworker with neighorhood attraction

When Giovanni Campanella isn't delivering mail in Santa Barbara, friends will often find him working on his latest haunted attraction at his Ventura home.

This year, he is calling it the "Undertaker's Asylum" and he accepted donations on Saturday night to help a coworker battling colon cancer.

It is a family affair for the Campanellas. They store much of the scary items inside their house throughout the year and every year they add to the collection.

There is a glass house, a scary clown and gruesome moving zombies. There are also real life characters that jump out.

When asked about his coworker, Campanella said, "He is in need of financial assistance, he is on unpaid leave status, and we wanted to just go out there and help him."

Trick-or-treaters come back year after year.

"I love to build and create and then when people walk through and say how amazed they are and tell me that it gives them that theme park feel that's what I like to hear at the end," said Campanella.

The Campanella haunted attraction will be open again on Halloween night on the 6000 block of Quail Street in Ventura.

If visitors see people screaming, they'll know they've come to the right haunted place.

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