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A man dressed up as a clown drives a car during the Halloween night on October 31, 2012 in Mexico city. AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)

This is pretty genius!  One is already planned in Orlando and it looks like they are about to pop up in other cities!  Fingers crossed Philly is at the top of the list!

 Here are the details:

Kowagarasetai, a haunted house and horror event production company based in Japan, created a drive-thru haunted house in response to cancellations and concerns caused by COVID-19. Trapped in a car, guests can scream as loud as they want, all while their windows are plastered with blood and swarmed with monstrosities.

According to producer Kenta Iwana, “At the drive-in haunted house, guests are confined in a car so they can’t escape the horror until the end. It makes it even more scary for them.”

The one already planned in Orlando is called The Haunted Road is a new, completely contactless Halloween experience.