Our first Halloween in Pleasanton
as the owners of Cookees Drive-In. We wanted to do something for
Halloween and we heard that no one really did much in the way of
haunted houses. We decided to close off the dining area of our
restaurant and turn it into our version of a, "Haunted
Drive-In!" We had a great turn-out and collected food for the
local Harvesters Food Pantry to help those in need! Thanks
The initial start to us inflating our 11Ft
long Halloween display!
It's getting there, little by little.
This thing was bigger than we thought!
Here you can see it almost done. The
Zombies are dancing and spinning!
Here is a neat picture showing it lit.
Matt is positioning two floodlights to
help us show the details at night. The
two sets of Zombies actually turn as
they dance to music and flashing
and flashing lights! COOL!
The icon on the left will show you our flier
that we gave to our customers. The right
icon shows our newspaper ad we placed.
Here is a movie we made of the
Haunted Drive-In. It is fairly dark
and I had to adjust the lighting in the
editing software so you could see all
the items in the Haunted Drive-In.
This guy guarded the exit!
Brains and heart wrapped and ready.
We had fog oozing out of the coffin
along with eerie lights shining from
inside and a strobe also.
This guy traveled the length of the
drive-in on a long cable howling and
moaning the whole way back and forth.
The entrance. This guy raised and
lowered trying to get you as you
entered the maze.
Winners of the Best Costume trophy.
Donations of canned goods were
donated to Harvesters.