Vandals hit Covinton Halloween display intended to help animal shelter

KENT, Wash. — A haunted house Halloween display in south King County had to close temporarily after the homeowner said vandals damaged some of their decorations.

“It’s just a way to bring people together, to know our neighbors, and to raise awareness for a good cause,” said Jordin Baugh, who created the display with her husband, Tom.

The display is in an outdoor setting and was intended for kids to have Halloween fun safely during the pandemic, according to the Baughs.

While visiting the haunted house is free, Baugh put up a QR code display to encourage visitors to donate to the Regional Animal Services of King County, which has been in

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