Halloween isn’t canceled in Denver. Hit up a drive-thru haunted house or virtual seance this year.

From the spooky to the spiritual, you’ll find both virtual and socially distanced Halloween fun this year
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By John Wenzel, The Denver Post

It’s an idea whose time has come: No Place to Go, a collaborative, queer-artist-driven haunted house, will debut in Lakewood on Oct. 22 with handmade, eye-catching and painfully relevant scares that address fears in the coronavirus age. Expect strong social consciousness in these pieces, which visitors will see from their cars and in person in a 2-mile drive-up format that begins at 7310 W. Colfax Ave. Directed by Serena Chopra, Kate Speer and Frankie Toan, the 90-minute experience is part outdoor art installation, part dance theater, and all spooky fun — with an app and VR component to boot. The five sites span Lakewood’s 40 West Arts District and Wheat Ridge. Limited to five people per car. $25-$60. no-place-to-go.com

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