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Tokyo drive-in haunted house

Tokyo drive-in haunted house

Because apparently the world isn't scary enough right now, there are those in Japan who'd still like it kicked up a few notches. Sadly for them, though, the haunted houses and other Halloween-inspired shows that have rapidly risen in popularity there are understandably closed due to coronavirus. We haven't consulted a medical professional about this, but it sure seems like shouting "boo!" at someone seems like a great way of passing along airborne pathogens. Alas, a Tokyo haunted house design company called Kowagarasetai, or "a squad wanting to scare," has come up with an ingenious and apparently surprisingly effective solution: the drive-in haunted house. ....
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