One boy's passion for Halloween never left when his home burned down in the Waldo Canyon Fire. His annual haunted house is now in his new home.
Michael Petkash says he first started creating a haunted house at his home in Mountain Shadows when he was nine. When the Waldo Canyon Fire burned his house down, he lost all his Halloween gear.
His house is now rebuilt, and he and his friends, Jonah and Alec, are excited to return to what they love.
"This year we are back, and ready...as my teacher says, 'Full steam ahead!'" says Michael.
He hopes his Mountain Shadows neighbors will stop by for a fright.
Michael is the son of KKTV 11 News Chief Photographer Mike Petkash.
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