There's still time to take the family to one of Arizona's most popular haunts.
The Halloween House of Gilbert has been a community sensation year after year.
Over 12,000 lights cover the this Halloween House located at 3504 E Melody Lane in Gilbert near Higley and Baseline roads.
12 News conducted a Facebook Live interview with the owner of the house, Robert Cox, during a walkthrough of the haunt.
Robert is a veteran and says there is no charge to enter the haunt, but he does ask for a donation that will go towards the Wounded Warrior Project.
The house has an accumulation of animated, inflated props, lights synced to music, four projectors, a cemetery, an arch, pillars and four fog machines that actually fog up the entire block -- just to name a few accessories.
The house is spectacular. And spook-tacular.
On weeknights, about 300 people show up to visit and during the weekends, Robert says close to 1,500 people come see the house.
Robert says this year, donations have tripled and he couldn't thank the community enough.
The last night of the show is next Tuesday, Halloween.
The hours of the Halloween House of Gilbert are 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. and on weekends, the house stays open until 10 p.m.