Habilitat hosts drive through haunted house
In a year in which so much has been taken away, there are some things that are undeniable. Halloween may look different, taste different, and be different in 2020, but that doesn’t mean it can’t still be fun.
As Hawaii moved into Tier 2 of the City and County’s protocols in response to Coronavirus, large gatherings are still prohibited. As Halloween serves as an annual gathering for both the living and the dead, a tradition of being scared beyond human comprehension is still possible this year.
Dead End The Asylum was organized and put together by members of the Habilitat. The Haunted Drive through will be located at the Aloha Stadium. Dead End the Asylum features six terrifying interactive scenes and an outdoor drive-through horror like nothing seen before.
HI Now hosts Kanoe Gibson and Kainoa Carlson got the opportunity to experience the Dead End Asylum featuring chilling monsters, deranged doctors and killer clowns surrounding your car.
Allie Morales is the public relations manager for the Habilitat and says the tea has enjoyed serving the community in a CDC friendly way. “It’s been really awesome to see the screams and fun families are having,” Morales said. “The scenes are taking place around your car, and it was really
Important that we put this on so we could serve people and help people get into the program.” For over 45 years The Habilitat has been helping people overcome problems with substance abuse and homelessness.
Proceeds raised through the Haunted Drive Through will go directly toward supporting potential prospects enrolling in the program.
Habilitat is a self-supporting non-profit organization and has received tremendous support from the community since the Haunted Drive through began in October 9th. The drive through was a huge hit in the community, but a word of caution to those daring enough to enter The Asylum. You think you’re safe behind closed doors? Well, think again.