“He’s been phenomenal.” said Brendie Bandara, board secretary for the foundation. “He comes to us, he doesn’t expect anything in return. He’s been so generous doing all that work.” Bandara said Singer’s Molar Manor proceeds helped provide care for many children who’ve never seen dentists. The foundation works with dental students from the University of Southern California in a yearly three-day clinic where hundreds of children’s teeth are examined and cleaned and arrangements are made for any further care. Singer said he’s hoping the buyer will continue the tradition. “I just don’t have the time. I’m overwhelmed with my work,” Singer said. “It would be nice pass the torch.” Patricia Farrell Aidem, (661) 257-5251 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! VALENCIA – Ghostly hands with curling finger nails clasp the for-sale sign in a death grip, the first sign that this is one spooktacular sale. Indeed, Molar Manor, a haunted house camouflaged by the facade of a run-of-the-mill Valencia warehouse, is for sale. Only those buyers with an extreme taste for the macabre – and a sense of humor – need put in their offers. Local dentist Ronald Singer said Thursday said it’s time to pass the torch. He’s hoping someone will buy the entire contents of the warehouse, from the old lady in a wheelchair falling down the stairs to the man in the electric chair, and continue operating Molar Manor each Halloween season as a fundraiser for Santa Clarita Valley charities. Asking price for the entire collection is $145,000. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “I have a 15-foot giant demon,” said Singer, who specializes in pediatric dentistry. “My electric chair man is awesome. I have a haunted elevator that actually takes people on a journey back out of Molar Manor. It’s beautiful.” Singer said he simply doesn’t have the time anymore to open Molar Manor each October, given the demands of his practice. It was a tough decision ending a tradition that started 15 years ago in his Valencia offices where he drew at least 1,000 people to view his Halloween decorations. He moved the project to his Sand Canyon home but the weather – and the neighbors – didn’t always cooperate, he said. “We decided to move it indoors into the warehouse,” Singer said. “I had a movie set designer, we blueprinted it and Molar Manor evolved as an attraction. It’s pretty similar to Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion.” The warehouse is leased, but the the graveyards, spooky animatronics, even the chain-saw-wielding butcher pig in the room full of body parts are for sale. Details are available at www.molarmanor.com. Over the years, proceeds from the haunt have been donated primarily to the Santa Clarita Foundation for Childrens Dental Health, which provides free dentistry to children from local low-income families.