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Ford will host a creepy drive-through light show Oct. 30 and 31 at the Michigan Central Station.

The new event will offer an alternative to the usual trick-or-treat activates at the train station, which will not be happening this year due to coronaivrus (COVID-19).

The event starts 5 p.m. each day on Vernor Highway. Spectators are required to stay in their vehicles for the full drive-through experience.

The 18-story historic former train station, which hasn’t been in operation since 1988, was bought for $90 million by Ford in 2018 with plans to repurpose it into a Corktown campus for the company.

For more information, go here. View the event’s Facebook page here.

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