Prepare yourself for the 'Deadly Drive-In' in the Twin Cities, coming to the Rosedale Center in Roseville just in time for Halloween.

Sure you'll be in the safety of your own car, but how many horror movies have gone wrong for people in their car?

In this COVID-19 pandemic we're in, horror by drive-thru seems like the way to go. Beginning October 15th, the scare will fo on for three extended weekend Thursdays through Saturday.

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Their website warns, "No one can hear you scream from inside your car."

The Deadly Drive-In is a 30 minute intense experience not recommended for kids under the age of 14. The entire adventure takes place from the comfort of your own car. Guests must have a car to participate in The Deadly Drive-In. Your car may get dirty from the ghouls, but everything is washable. The maximum number of guests in one car is six. Please arrive five minutes before your scheduled time.

I'm intrigued, because their website says that convertibles are not allowed and windows must remain rolled up. Deadly Drive-In characters will do everything possible to scare you through the barrier of you car window.

The experience lasts about a half-hour. Tickets are on sale now HERE. Boo!

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