Twin Cities Halloween attractions switch to drive-through, drive-in or virtual haunts to be safe and scary
October 15, 2020
You’re trapped in your car on a dark night. You can’t get your engine to start. And somewhere outside, lurking in the fog, is a homicidal maniac.
This isn’t the start of campfire ghost story or a creepy urban legend. It’s how one Twin Cities Halloween attraction is responding to a global pandemic.
The Deadly Drive-In, being offered this month at Rosedale Center, is a stay-in-your car haunted house where you park and the bloodthirsty psychopaths keep to the other side of the windshield.