Halloween isn’t canceled. A haunted house company in Japan has come up with a drive-in haunted house to keep the spooky spirit alive even as the pandemic continues. The company, Kowagarasetai, has launched what it calls the world’s first drive-in haunted house as a means of keeping customers and performers safe during the pandemic. The haunted house costs $75 for customers who bring their own cars, or $85 to borrow a car from the company. The vehicles pull into a garage and are treated to a simulation of being trapped inside a vehicle being attacked by zombies and ghosts. Customer’s vehicles are cleaned following each performance, but the company cautions that some fake blood could remain.
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