A car horn beeps and the horror begins: a bloody murder and rampaging zombies. But this drive-in haunted house in Japan protects against the most terrifying enemy of all -- coronavirus.
Inside a car, guests can scream as loudly as they like, with no mask required, as hideous creatures daubed in blood swarm towards them.
In fact, the new format might even be scarier than a traditional haunted house, producer Kenta Iwana, 25, told AFP.
"At the drive-in haunted house, guests are confined in a car so they can't escape the horror until the end," he said.