The name of this haunted attraction alone is enough to scare you: the Deadly Drive-In kicks off on Thursday, October 15th and we are already scared.

The haunted attraction is new this year as a result of COVID-19. The haunt allows fans to take part in a haunted house like usual while staying in your car and social distancing from others that aren't in your usual circle.

So how does it work? It is simple. Buy your tickets ahead of time, show up five minutes ahead of time and stay in your vehicle as you experience what organizers describe as half an hour of intensity.

There are a few other things to note. First, the maximum number of people allowed per car is six. You should also take your health into consideration and skip this attraction if you have high blood pressure or a heart condition. Those expecting should also skip this attraction. Man, this really does sound intense! Kids under the age of 14 should not attend, either.

Tickets are selling out quick so get yours while you can. You can do so here. They cost about $75 dollars per car plus tax.

As mentioned, the event kicks off on Thursday, October 15th and continues through the first of November. It is located about two hours from Duluth at Rosedale Center. The event will be held in the old Herberger's parking lot at 1595 Highway 36 West. The event happens rain or shine. Boo!

I went to a drive-thru haunted experience in Chaska earlier this month and there is really something spooky about driving through a "haunt" if you will. It gives it an extra element of spookiness when you're behind the wheel and you don't know what's lurking behind your car!

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