Deanna and Justin In The Morning

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 31: Guests attend Heidi Klum's 20th Annual Halloween Party presented by Amazon Prime Video and SVEDKA Vodka at Cathédrale New York on October 31, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Heidi Klum)

Traditional haunted houses face the challenge of how to scare people effectively in the era of social distancing. A group in Tokyo, Japan may have laid the groundwork on how to do a COVID-19 safe haunted house.  The Scare Squad developed a drive-through haunted house where customers stayed in their cars. Don’t worry! There’s still zombie attacks, fake blood and thrills.  The 13-minute experience might even be scarier than a regular haunted house because people are trapped inside their vehicles the entire time. There’s no running away from the nightmares.

Would you do this? Do you think we will see these in the U.S.?