Long Islanders wary of trick-or-treating during COVID-19 now have a spook-tacular Halloween alternative.
Johnnie’s Car Wash on Oak in Suffolk County is transforming into a “Tunnel of Terror” for fright-seekers to enjoy from the safe comfort of their vehicle, owner Johnnie Miranti told The Post.
“I have three small children — six, five, and three — they’re cooped up in the house watching all the Disney movies. My wife is paranoid not to go anywhere that’s not safe,” Miranti said.
“I said to myself, this is a good opportunity to decorate the tunnel, do an exterior wash, make it a night event.”
For $25 per-vehicle, the “drive-thru haunted house” glides cars ten-at-a-time through a mix of suds and scares with a zombie apocalypse theme, Miranti explained.
“As they enter, there will be people in costume. Body parts hanging, dummies set up along the…