Water, soap and creepy clowns? A car wash in Ohio is getting a little spooky for Halloween.
The Rainforest Car Wash in Medina, Ohio, is holding a haunted car wash, and it will be adjusted for the coronavirus pandemic, WJW reported.
Drivers will pay $20 to slowly go through the car wash, having their car cleaned while experiencing some small scares. They’ll also get a trick-or-treat bag filled with goodies.
But Rainforest Car Wash is not the only company that’s holding a haunted car wash.
It hasn’t been held for a couple of years, but David Warlick brought it back for 2020, the newspaper reported.
The Tunnel of Terror package, which costs $22, comes with scares by costumed employees who will also buff and dry the cars.
A Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, car wash is turning on the scares after the soap and water are done. The E-Z Kleen Car and Van Wash will start with a five-minute movie before cars are washed. There will be lights but no scaring during the washing process, but after the cleaning is done, the car will drive through a covered area that’s filled with animatronics and actors in costume. Actors will also be roaming the property as drivers wait their turn, The New Castle News reported.
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