SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KRON) — The horror continues in one Bay Area city who’s getting creative with the Halloween festivities amid a pandemic.
In an effort to keep Halloween fun and safe, Santa Rosa’s Blind Scream Haunted House is doing things a bit differently this year.
Blind Scream is working with Splash Express Car Wash who is transforming into a drive-thru terror zone.
During the day time, there will be happy pumpkins and “Peanuts-style” ghosts for children. But the real scare comes at night with a monster-clad scarezone terrorizing those who enter.
The “Tunnel of Terror” will be from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The haunted car wash is located on West College Avenue and is open now and will run through Halloween.
Entry fee is $20 per car and includes an ultimate car wash.
Blind Scream Haunted House has become an annual tradition haunting the North Bay for more than a decade. Due to the pandemic, it was unable to open its doors this year.