WAYNE, W.Va. (WSAZ) – It may seem like bad karma to try to pull off a scam involving a haunted house, but it’s been well documented some thieves have no boundaries on who they target.

The men who run Twelvepole Manor in Wayne are thrilled to be back in operation this fall.

They had to shut down their haunted house abruptly last year several weeks prior to Halloween after fire marshals inspected and informed them several things weren’t up to code.

Necessary adjustments were made, and co-owner Travis Robinson says they’re welcoming in the largest crowds they’ve had.

“It feels wonderful to get back to doing what we love,” he said.

However, they’ve learned someone online is trying to cash in on their popularity.

“It’s very frustrating someone is trying to steal money from our customers,” Robinson said.

Robinson says customers who’ve participated in their authentic weekly free ticket giveaways on Facebook have reported a…

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