A company in Japan is making sure people can still celebrate Halloween this year.
The company is launching what they call the world's first drive-in haunted house. There, people will experience what it is like to be trapped inside a car for 17 minutes during a zombie and ghost attack.
The company says they will wash the car after the experience but are warning some fake blood may be left behind.
The experience was first launched in July, but the owner told CNN he plans on brining it back once temperatures cool down.
He says a thousand people are on the waiting list once it opens.