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  • Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi poses with Brandon Pettry, 13, and his sister Alexandra, 15, the children of murder victim William Christopher Pettry.

      Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi poses with Brandon Pettry, 13, and his sister Alexandra, 15, the children of murder victim William Christopher Pettry.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Makeup artist Ken Svitak of Round Lake turns Bears kicker Robbie Gould into a monster on Monday at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach.

      Makeup artist Ken Svitak of Round Lake turns Bears kicker Robbie Gould into a monster on Monday at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Defensive end Cheta Ozougwu portrays a ghoul at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday.

      Defensive end Cheta Ozougwu portrays a ghoul at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi scares visitors to the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center on Monday in Round Lake Beach.

      Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi scares visitors to the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center on Monday in Round Lake Beach.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Several Chicago Bears players volunteered their time to play characters at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the family of Lake Villa Township resident William Christopher Pettry, who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla., while he was there for the Bears-Jaguars game earlier this month.

      Several Chicago Bears players volunteered their time to play characters at the Realm of Terror haunted house at Kristof's Family Fun Center in Round Lake Beach Monday. The proceeds from the event will go to help the family of Lake Villa Township resident William Christopher Pettry, who was murdered in Jacksonville, Fla., while he was there for the Bears-Jaguars game earlier this month.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi transforms into a scary character at the Realm of Terror haunted house.

      Bears offensive lineman Gabe Carimi transforms into a scary character at the Realm of Terror haunted house.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

Several Bears players worked Monday night as actors at the Realm of Terror Haunted House in Round Lake Beach to raise money for the family of William Christopher Pettry of Lake Villa Township. Pettry was killed while in Jacksonville, Fla., to watch the Bears play the Jaguars a few weeks ago.

The players -- including offensive lineman Gabe Carimi, kicker Robbie Gould, and defensive end Cheta Ozougwu -- confronted patrons inside and outside the haunted house.

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Realm of Terror owner Steve Kristof said he was contacted by Wayne Jett of Sideline Marketing of Crystal Lake about bringing in some players for a Halloween-themed charity function. He said Bears tight end Matt Spaeth came up with the idea, having participated in a similar event in Pittsburgh when he played for the Steelers.

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