The Santa Claus of Halloween is cleaning up his goodies after a record-breaking year.
The team expected around 2,000 people to walk through the house, but on opening night Friday, the line was long.
According to volunteer Clarence Johnson, the line only increased with 3,048 people stepping through for a fright over three days.
Last year they had about 800 people over three days, he said.
“It’s truly amazing what one small group of people can do,” said Tammy Fowlow, with revenue development and special events with the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank.
Three vehicles were packed with food.
Coxe said he was tired after the final night on Halloween and it would take a month of work to take down his displays that are set up throughout his yard.