CAPE CORAL, Fla.- On the scariest night of the year, one Cape Coral family has quite the Halloween show. For the last 13 years, the Fields family has been putting the spook in spooky! But this Halloween is a different; The family had a scare of their own when their son, Connor, was hit by a car while riding his bike just a little over a week ago. Tonight, the haunted trail is in Connors honor. Connor couldn't be here tonight, because he is still in a Tampa hospital recovering from a head injury.
Enter if you dare: Welcome to Terror on 20th!
"We have a passion for Halloween, and it's really a passion of mine to build the props," said Jason Fields.
On this Halloween night, the Fields family funeral home wants to sell trick or treaters, funeral caskets.
"We started out with just a simple tomb stones and a garage display and then we add a little bit more, so what you're seeing is a good 13 years of adding props this year," said Fields.
For each ghost or goblin that comes to this graveyard, they are supporting Connor Fields, their young son hit by a car on his bike.
"Halloween is his favorite holiday also, so this is in dedication to my son Connor."
Connor veered out of an empty lot and hit a truck pulling a trailer.
"He is pretty upset, he's pretty mad today, because he was trying to get home, but it will probably be next week sometime."
He's been fighting to recover at Tampa General Hospital.
"Everyday he is getting a little bit better, walking short distances, talking, he's getting the staples out of the back of his head, he's off the feeding tube."
But, Connors dad says he hopes they scare every trick or treater that braves the Fields Family Funeral Home.
And a big part of the Terror on 20th is what the Fields family does for the Harry Chapin Food Bank. They are asking everyone who comes tonight to bring canned food that they will donate. Connors boy scout troop will be here collecting the goods.