Tokyo’s Drive-Through Haunted House Offers Socially Distanced Scares
TOKYO (AP) — It’s a living nightmare ― but a socially distanced one.
“Zombies” attack vehicles, smearing them with artificial blood. But the customers inside the cars are safely separated from their stalkers by the windows.
Production company Kowagarasetai, roughly translated as Scare Squad, has launched a drive-through haunted house in Tokyo in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
“We have started this drive-in because we cannot get close to customers” at a traditional haunted house because of the virus, explains Daichi Ono, a cast member.
“But the distance (between customers and cast) has actually gotten shorter since there is only a window between them,” he said.
Unlike a traditional haunted house, where guests can flee if frightened, customers are confined to their cars and cannot escape the horrors during …continued .
[Source: Huffington Post]