A music-loving horror fan is battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer and his friends are coming together to show their support for an icon in the horror world.

Saturday, there will be a benefit with everything music and horror fans love all going to help Andrew Horror.

Andrew "Horror" Wilkerson

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The TikTok horror fan community is a thriving online space where users express their love of horror movies. Andrew has won HorrorTok’s heart and gained over 18.1K followers.

Andrew was diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer at just 31 years old.  He is the face of AndrewHorror31 on TikTok and is an icon in the horror world.


Benefit to Support Andrew


“I have officially been diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. It has already spread to my liver and more than likely a lymph node in my neck, which unfortunately means it’s past a curable stage.

I will be starting chemo soon, but at this point it’s only going to be to help the pain and give me more time. How much time will depend on how the treatment goes.

I’m not an optimist or a pessimist, but a realist, and the reality is that pancreatic cancer has one of the lowest survival rates of any cancer, and it’s even worse since it’s stage 4.

I will fight my hardest for as long as I can."

The Benefit will take place Saturday, October 14 at King Pins Saloon (18675 13th St) in Fulton, Illinois starting at 12 p.m.  There will be a 50/50 raffle, taco bar/nachos, silent auction, and booze wagon.

You can check out the full details and how you can help at andrewhorror.com.  And be sure to follow Andrew on TikTok.

Andrew Horror
Andrew Horror

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