Dublin electrician’s home turns into terrifying Halloween ‘house of horrors’ for 22nd year

A Dublin electrician has hailed his local community as being vital to transforming his home into a spooky “House of Horrors” for the 22nd year running in aid of charity.

For Halloween, Ken Carraher’s Killiney home is adorned with ghosts, ghouls and monsters to raise money for Debra Ireland.

The charity helps people living with the rare skin condition epidermolysis bullosa (EB) which causes skin to blister at the slightest touch.

“Most people are behind us, they’re brilliant. Especially for sweets and all, we put out an appeal every year for sweets and the neighbours just come with bags and bags,” Carraher said.