Ashmore Estates used to be a home for the disabled. It has been featured on the Sci-Fi and Travel channels as a paranormal hot spot. Many experts aren't ready to see it go. That's why two filmmakers are stepping in to help.
It's a place many have gone for a scary, good time, but right now, it's in pieces.
"I'm in a whole lot better shape today than I was yesterday," said Kelley.
Reportedly, 200 people died in the building in the 50's. People believe it's haunted. So Kelley bought it in 2006 and opened it to the public.
"We build sets and we run for a month or so in October and we scare people and people pay us to do that," said Kelley.
"The outpouring of support that we have received is phenomenal," said Kelley.
Now the duo is donating part of the movie's profits to the rebuilding effort. They're also asking for support on their website.