This performance allows attendees to trade the coronavirus pandemic for a zombie apocalypse.
A drive-in haunted house in Japan is offering fear fanatics a bit of escapist terror: Be entertained in an environment safe from COVID-19 but crawling with the living dead.
In a downtown Tokyo parking garage, horror event production company Kowagarasetai (which roughly translates to the Scare Squad) is putting on an immersive spook show which can be experienced from the socially distanced security of the ticket buyer’s car.
“With the virus, I knew there would be no way we could have a traditional haunted house, with all that screaming in a small confined space,” Kowagarasetai’s founder, Kenta Iwana, told CNN Travel. “When I read that drive-thru theaters were making a comeback, it was my ‘aha’ moment.”
As a preventative measure against spreading the coronavirus, at least one Japanese amusement park has asked park riders to stay silent while on its attractions, requesting riders instead “scream inside your heart.”
At Kowagarasetai’s COVID-friendly zombie-infested drive-in, guests can scream sans mask all they want.
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