St. Petersburg resident Mark Muncy loves Halloween. He’s has been introducing fright in his Hellview Cemetery haunted attraction, which is based on real Bay area lore of missing cemeteries.

"We like to tie all the stuff here into St. Pete history and legend," said Muncy. "There's at least three they kind of know where they were, and there's at least two that they don't know where they were."

Mark doesn’t just create this haunted attraction. He has a character named the Caretaker. You will see him first as he welcomes brave souls into the mausoleum at the beginning of Hellview’s journey.

The mausoleum gives way to a long, dark long hallway with a strange entity walking along side of you. You walk out into the Florida swamplands and meet creatures that are howling scary.

There is also a wake with strange mourners, a bar, kitchen, sitting room and even a disturbing day care.

The rest is really too upsetting to discuss.

There are scare-light tours for younger fans of the macabre. Ask for the Scooby-Doo tour.

Mark creates this fun with the help of family and friends. They work from January to Halloween night to pull off the elaborate set-up with various creatures, sound and lighting effects.

And this ghoulish army of volunteers isn’t just family and friends, but the families of friends as well.

For instance Mark’s daughters are totally in on the fun. One is character who can absorb the powers of serial killers. Another is a character named Emily who looks like a little girl who murders for fun.

There are also actual little girls and boys who are taking part in the scare fun.

Bay News 9 may have met the future of Halloween in 8-year-old Shaily Rowe and 3-year-old Del Rowe. Shaily is dressed in a long black robe with a hood and she jumps from a dark shadow. Watch out - she is good!

Her little brother Del is dressed in white as a ghost, and he may be the cutest scary ghost ever witnessed by this reporter.

"I like the part about scaring people like this - wooohoooo!" a giggling Del said.

Hellview Cemetery is located at 510 49th Avenue North in St. Petersburg. It is open October 25-27 and October 31 from 7-10 p.m. There is no cost to enter Hellview, but donations are being accepted for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.