In the midst of a lot of hand-wringing about which Halloween activities would be doable this year due to you-know-what, this seemed like a no-brainer: A spooky setting that you experience from inside your car -- your protective bubble. As the Curiocity story said:
That sounded pretty cool. And then a month later, they added to their list of pandemic-protected Halloween fun with Here Are 5 Halloween Events To Check Out In Seattle. That story suggested the socially-distanced Snohomish Zombie Walk, and The Georgetown Morgue (where you and your 5-member pod take a self-guided tour through this legendary haunted house.)
And if you prefer an adult libation or a spot of tea on a dark and stormy autumn eve, try Navy Strength’s Nightmare of Wall Street, where a "Tiki bar turns into a tropical horror bar with cocktails inspired by classic horror flicks," or Witches Tea at the Hotel Sorrento, where spookily-dressed fun-seekers of all ages can come in from the cold for a hot brew.
Have fun out there, stay safe, and . . . don't forget to vote!