Halloween is coming, you can feel evidence of that outside now that we've had a 30 degree morning. If you're a fan of haunted houses and you're worried they won't be able to happen because of COVID 19, think again!

Rosedale Center is hosting Deadly Drive-Thru, a haunted house you'll need a car to tour, starting on Thursday, October 15. According to KSTP, the event is set to happen for three weekends following opening night, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

According to Flip Phone Events website, the company putting on the production, it'll take about 30 minutes to get through everything. And, they're warning you that your car may get dirty. Luckily, everything is washable.

You can expect many jumps, scares and thrills as you navigate your way through ghosts and ghouls...just make sure your windows are rolled up.

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You'll need to stay in your car the entire time. If you don't have a car, you won't be able to participate. The production company also noted that convertibles are prohibited. Your car must be able to fit in a 12 foot wide by 20 foot long and 10 foot high space. Anything larger will not be allowed.

The event is pretty scary so it's not recommended for anyone under 14. Tickets will go on sale Sept. 17 for select time slots. You can only have six people per carload. They also ask that you arrive at least five minutes before your time slot.

Deadly Drive-Thru reminds you, "No one can hear you scream from inside of your car" (Muhahahahahahahahahahahahaha!).

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