COSTA MESA, Calif. – Halloween thrills are adapting to the COVID-19 era.
“Urban Legends of Southern California” started October 1 and will run through November 1 at the Orange County Fair & Event Center. It is a drive-through haunting experience.
Long Vo was one of the first VIP ticket holders.
“We just love scary things, love the Halloween season, and we just want to be spooked,” said Vo.
Attendees like Vo stay in their cars and make stops at different urban legend-themed show zones.
The experience starts with a drive-in movie and ends in a warehouse rave, culminating in an appearance by Bloody Mary. The entire thing lasts less than an hour.
“This is nothing like anything we’ve ever produced. Just being able to experience something in your vehicle this is a brand new experience,” said Katrina Carlson, one of the show’s producers.
There are more than 100 actors and even they have to wear masks.
The producers say kids as young as 13 years old can take part in the terror.
Entry to the event is through online ticket purchases only with limited reservations available per time session
For tickets and information, visit: UrbanLegendsHaunt.com