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Haunted Hallows to raise funds for lymphoma patient


Last updated 10/7/2020 at 5:03pm

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Marilyn is undergoing treatment for stage 3 Hodgkin's lymphoma; this year's Haunted Hallows will raise funds to help support Marilyn and her family during her treatment.

FALLBROOK – The Haunted Hallows of Fallbrook returns to town this year, Oct. 23-31, from 6-9 p.m., after being held in Rainbow last year. Creator Jeff Woodrey also has a new cause to support, "Hope for Marilyn," a GoFundMe campaign for a 12-year-old girl named Marilyn who lives in Rainbow with her family.

Marilyn was diagnosed with stage 3 Hodgkin's lymphoma and is currently going through aggressive treatments to fight the disease. There is no entry fee to enter the Haunted Hallows, instead, all visitors are asked to donate funds to help Marilyn's family with medical bills.

All state and county safety precautions will be in place with social distancing and all rules must be followed at the site of the Haunted Hallows of Fallbrook, 451 S. Stage Coach Lane.

Parking is not provided so visitors are asked to find a place close by and safely walk over; volunteers will greet them and help them cross the street if necessary. No parking is allowed at nearby SonRise Church.

Anyone interested in volunteering during the event can contact Woodrey at [email protected].

To donate to the GoFundMe campaign for Hope for Marilyn, visit

Submitted by Jeff Woodrey.


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