Tunnel of Terror: Haunted car wash coming to various cities just in time for Halloween
(Gray News) - A car wash company is getting into the Halloween spirit by offering a haunted car wash.
Tommy’s Express Car Wash announced it is bringing back its Tunnel of Terror car wash this year to multiple locations around the country.
The company said it started the haunted car wash at one location, but it has now become an annual event at multiple locations.
According to Tommy’s Express, the Tunnel of Terror will scare the socks off your entire vehicle.
The haunted car washes are available at nearly 60 locations nationwide on select dates including Halloween night.
Check the company’s site for locations and times.
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This haunted car wash in Alabama will clean your car and scare you silly
There's a haunted car wash in Alabama that's scaring its customers silly and cleaning their cars in the process.
Rich's Car Wash , in Daphne, Ala., is offering customers a uniquely spooky experience that'll result in screams, gasps and a sparkling clean car. As part of its second annual "Tunnel of Terror" event, the car wash has turned its wash tunnel into a drive-through haunted house filled with soap suds and horror.
Wondering what exactly happens in a haunted car wash? For starters, there'll be plenty of special effects and a radio channel dedicated to setting the scary scene. Of course, you can also expect to see lots of zombies, clowns and other creatures (who may or may not have chainsaws) lurking inside the darkness of the tunnel, waiting to pop up beside your window at any moment.
"Load up your van, truck, or witch's broom and come get a frighteningly clean car wash at Rich's in Daphne this Halloween!" the Facebook event page reads . "No limit on riders, no guarantees on riding away nightmare-free."
Rich's Haunted Car Wash will run from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. from Oct. 25 through Halloween. Entrance is $20, and there's no limit on riders per vehicle.
You can see the experience for yourself in this video shared from last year's car wash. For more information, visit the Rich's Car Wash Facebook page.
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14 side dishes perfect for your Thanksgiving table
Already planning your Thanksgiving spread? We don't blame you.
With so many side dishes to choose from, it can be hard to narrow down the menu. That's why we decided to gather up some recipes for easy and delicious sides -- from the classics like sweet potato casserole to unexpected dishes like balsamic Brussel sprouts and even some twists on old favorites like deviled eggs topped with candied bacon -- that'll go perfect next to the turkey on your table.
You can check 'em out below, but we wouldn't do it on an empty stomach.
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Sweet potato casserole.
Let's kick things off with a side dish that's pretty much a given on any Thanksgiving spread -- Sweet potato casserole. Now, there are lots of takes on this classic casserole. Some folks like to add all kinds of toppings -- pecans, marshmallows, brown sugar and more -- while others prefer to leave 'em off completely. This recipe, created by Smokin' & Grillin with AB , keeps it simple, easy and sweet.
Baked Mac And Cheese
Thanksgiving is all about the comfort foods, and there is no comfort food in the South like baked macaroni and cheese. We know that some people usually prefer their mac and cheese cooked on the stovetop, but for the holidays, it just needs to baked -- we can't explain it. Just try out the gooey, cheesy homemade goodness that is this macaroni and cheese recipe by Tasty , and you'll see what we mean.
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Southern-Style Collard Greens
A lot of people make greens for Thanksgiving simply to break up all those otherwise brown casseroles, dressing and dishes, but that doesn't mean the greens aren't just as good -- and if they're Southern-style collard greens, they may even be better. This recipe for Southern-style collard greens by PhillyBoyJayCooKingShow uses ham hocks and bacon to add plenty of extra flavor so this classic side feels more like a star of the show.
For a potato dish you can bake in the open, look no further than scalloped potatoes (or au gratin potatoes) this Thanksgiving. Scalloped potatoes, including t his recipe by Foods101withDeronda , are cheesy, creamy and easy to make. The dish consists of milk, butter, potatoes, cheese, seasonings and other optional ingredients, which makes it easy to understand why so many Southerners love 'em.
Southern Cornbread Dressing
Y'all. Is it even Thanksgiving in the South if there isn't a big ole' pan of cornbread dressing on the table? The answer is no. No, it is not. So, if you're in charge of the dressing this year and looking for a recipe that'll recreate that classic dish we all grew up eating every November, look no further than this one by Cooking At Pam's Place . She'll walk you through the whole process of making dressing, but you'll need to already have your cornbread ready.
No matter what sides are served on your table this Thanksgiving, they can all likely be made that much better with the addition of gravy. That's why this recipe for Thanksgiving gravy by the Rachael Ray Show is an essential. Bonus! It's only six ingredients, you can make it in five minutes and you can make it ahead of time so there's less to do in the kitchen on Turkey Day.
Hey, remember those dishes we mentioned that serve as the perfect vehicle for gravy? Well, mashed potatoes pretty much sits at the top of that list. Of course, there are all kinds of recipes for mashed potatoes out there given it's probably one of the most side dishes of all time, so use this guide to making the best mashed potatoes from Mashed to make yours fluffy, buttery and delicious this Thanksgiving.
Creole Cornbread Dressing
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If you love dressing, but want to try a little something different this Thanksgiving, give this recipe for Creole cornbread dressing by Stacey Little with Southern Bit e a try. It takes the classic dish we all know and ups the ante when it comes to flavor -- and heat too -- by adding sautéed onions, peppers, celery, andouille sausage and Creole seasoning to the mix.
Southern Bite/Stacey Little
Sure, some folks say the actually prefer canned cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving, but we're pretty sure those people just haven't had a good homemade Cranberry sauce -- yet. You can change all that with this simple and easy recipe by Stacey Little of Southern Bite. In about 15 minutes, you could have the whole family switching sides in the great Thanksgiving cranberry sauce debate and thanking you for it.
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Green Bean Casserole
When it comes to Thanksgiving, there are some dishes that immediately come to mind, and green bean casserole is definitely one of 'em. It might be a popular side on the holidays because it's so easy and quick to make, but it could also be because it's actually kind of delicious. This green bean casserole, by Foods101withDeronda , is used making the classic 5-ingredient recipe from French's Onions that's been used for decades.
If more than five Southerners are gather for a meal, you can pretty much assume deviled eggs are going to be a part of it -- Thanksgiving included. Still, if you're in charge of the deviled eggs this year and want to make them a step above the usual dish, try these heavenly deviled eggs by It's a Southern Thing's own Talia's Kitchen . The secret to her recipe? It's the candied bacon, y'all. It's the perfect addition to the classic Southern side.
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Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts
Brussel sprouts don't always get a spot on the Thanksgiving table, but they definitely should. If you need proof that, just try this recipe for honey balsamic roasted Brussel sprouts by Cooking with Claudia . With only five ingredients other than the Brussel sprouts, its a quick and easy dish that packs in a-whole-lot of flavor, perfect for complimenting all those casseroles.
Want to forgo the usual place and bake rolls for homemade yeast rolls this Thanksgiving? This recipe by Baker Bettie walks you through the step-by-step process of making your own soft and delicious dinner rolls without any unnecessary stress. Just imagine how impressed everyone will be when they ask where you got the rolls this year, and you can say "I baked them myself."
Broccoli Cheese Casserole
Broccoli cheese casserole is the perfect dish to complete your Thanksgiving spread. It's quick and easy to make, but beyond that, it's a crowd pleaser. No one can say no to the creamy, cheesy dish (even people who typically wouldn't put their fork anywhere near broccoli.) You can use this recipe by Allrecipes to make it using just five ingredients you likely already have in your pantry.
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A ranking of classic Halloween candies
Halloween candy ranking
Halloween is almost here, and that means soon kids will be tossing on their costumes and brushing up on their manners before heading out to score some candy while trick-or-treating. Of course, those kids won't be the only ones digging through bowls of chocolates and gummies for their favorites -- parents have been known to sneak a piece (or a handful) too.
With that in mind, we decided to challenge the members of The Potluck, It's a Southern Thing's membership program , to rank eight of the some of the most common and popular candies -- from candy corn to Twix -- you might find in your trick-or-treat bucket come Halloween night.
You can check out how your favorite fared below.
We've all ended up with a box of Dots in our Halloween bucket at least once, and it seems we've all wanted to trade that box for just about any other candy. We suspect it's not the flavor of Dots that has garnered them last place in our ranking -- albeit the flavors aren't great -- but instead, it's the fact that extracting those thick, sticky gummies from your teeth feels like it should qualify as an Olympic sport.
Twizzlers are one of those candies that not many people like, but the ones that do -- well, they don't just like them. They love them. It's possible more people would like the classic candy if we weren't all bombarded with it every Halloween. Sometimes, you don't know what you're missing until it's missing, and given that Twizzlers are typically treated like a filler candy served up by the handful, we don't see its ranking changing anytime soon.
Smarties are another classic Halloween candy you're bound to find plenty of it your trick-or-treat bag every year, and it seems everyone is pretty okay with that. After all, what's not to like about 'em? These pressed powder candies are the perfect amount of sweet and tart. In fact, we'd say their only downside is that once you've had one, you're going to want another.
#5) Peanut Butter Kisses
Peanut Butter Kisses
Now, we have to say, we were pretty surprised Peanut Butter Kisses landed so high on the ranking. While clearly these candies, which have been around for decades, have some fans, there's also a lot of people who don't even know what they're called; they just refer to them as the "orange and black wrapper things". We admit we're typically part of the latter group, but after this ranking, we may have to give Peanut Butter Kisses another shot.
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#4) Candy Corn
Candy Corn might be the most divisive candy to ever exist, so it makes since that it would end up dead in the center of our ranking. Everyone either falls onto the candy-corn-is-a-Halloween-treasure or the candy-corn-belongs-in-the-garbage end of the spectrum, and it seems this ranking isn't going to change that. Good thing we didn't include Candy Corn's cousin, Pumpkins, in the mix or things could have really gotten out of hand.
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#3) Tootsie Rolls
You can't go wrong with a Tootsie Roll, y'all. Whether you like the fat ones, the long skinny ones or the teenie, tiny "midgees," everyone has enjoy one of the chewy, chocolate candies before. Sure, they might get saved for later in lieu of some of the bigger chocolate bars in your Halloween stash, but once those are gone, all those Tootsie Rolls at the bottom of the bowl are a welcome sight to behold.
#2) Milk Duds
Okay, we take back what we said about Dots because if Milk Duds can snag second place in this ranking, clearly folks don't mind if candy falls a little (or okay, a lot) on the chewy side. Maybe it's that classic combination of chocolate and caramel that we just can't seem to resist -- even if it means popping a filling in the process.
Speaking of that classic combination of chocolate and caramel no one can seem to resist, Twix candy bars came in the top spot in our Halloween ranking. It's that extra layer of cookie that pushed it over the edge, we're pretty sure. After all, very few people dig a Twix out of their candy bucket only to toss it back in search of something better, and that's because -- at least according to this ranking -- there is nothing better.
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Well, we've got a quiz that'll test your knowledge and teach you a thing or two at the same time because it focuses on all things Little Debbie, from when the company got its start more than a century ago to the debut of its beloved Christmas Tree Cakes and beyond. So go ahead and give our trivia quiz a try. Make Little Debbie proud, y'all!
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Haunted Car Wash at Bebo's is clean, scary fun
- Updated: Oct. 24, 2010, 10:30 a.m. |
- Published: Oct. 24, 2010, 9:30 a.m.
- AL.com and Press-Register Correspondent
MOBILE, Ala. -- Dirty and not-so-dirty vehicles filled with family and friends can find a frightfully clean experience at the Haunted Car Wash Oct. 27-31 from 6 to 9 p.m. at 3250 Airport Blvd., the site of Bebo’s Car Wash.
The $10 cost per carload will buy a few frights and some fun while you give your vehicle a bath and support a good cause.
All proceeds will benefit Magic Moments, a nonprofit organization formed in 1984 in Birmingham by Shelley Clark and Buffie Marks to fulfill non-medical wishes of chronically ill Alabama children. Magic Moments has fulfilled over 3,900 wishes.
Ronnie Wright’s memory of going to the Mobile Jaycees’ haunted car wash 15 years ago inspired this first fundraiser for Mobile’s Magic Moments Regional Board. Wright is the event chairman.
“I remember waiting in line with my family and with every turn we made to approach the car wash tunnel, there was somebody — or some thing — to scare us. It was so much fun that we exited the car wash and got right back in line to go through it again,” said Wright.
The presenting sponsors of Magic Moment’s Haunted Car Wash are Bebo’s Express Car Wash and Coastal Ford, along with several other sponsors from the Mobile community.
“Magic Moments has approved 211 wishes in the Mobile area during the past 26 years, and we know there are more children in this area who would qualify for a wish,” said Wright.
To refer a child for a wish from Magic Moments, the child must be between the ages of 4 and 18, be a resident of Alabama and have a life-threatening or life-altering medical condition that substantially limits one or more major life activities, according to Pam Jones, executive director of Magic Moments.
“A magic moment is not designed to be a dying wish, although we will grant a wish to a child if that’s when they are identified,” she said.
“However, we prefer to meet a child as soon as possible after their diagnosis so that a magic moment can be a boost to children — something to take their minds off medical treatments or hospital stays and give them something to look forward to,” Jones said.
For details on the Haunted Car Wash and how you can donate, volunteer or refer a child for a Magic Moment wish, go to www.magicmoments.org; e-mail [email protected]; or call Magic Moments’ toll-free number, 866-456-9982.
(This story was written by Mary Ardis, Press-Register correspondent.)
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Starting at $30 per car, Residents of Southern California are welcomed to come with their family and friends to experience a one-of-a-kind Halloween thrill, filled with chills and Terror to delight the entire group. The Haunted Carwash is a carefully curated experience, with scary and creepy performers popping up throughout the wash, and special effects providing a terrifying ambiance. Participants can also expect unique surprises each night!
Vehicles with the following will NOT be admitted into the tunnel for your safety and ours.
- Vehicles that are too high, 7’ 2″ maximum clearance
- Vehicles with lowered suspensions or extra wide tires
- Vehicles with caked on mud
- Vehicles with 5th wheels
- Vehicles with body damage, loose parts or trim, or after market accessories
- Dually trucks
- Open bed pickup trucks with any loose items and/or debris. Bed must be completely cleared prior to washing
- Trucks with racks or hitches of any type
- No Motorcycles
- We reserve the right to refuse to wash any vehicle that we determine at our sole discretion may experience damage or cause damage to our machinery or other vehicles.
- Your saftey and the safety of our staff is important to us
- We ask all visitors to remain inside their vehicles at all times throughout the event.
- The Haunted Carwash is not responsible for any damages to your vehicle.
- Visitors are expected to obey all posted signage.
- All vehicles will be placed into the neutral position by the driver when instructed.
- Drivers will keep their hands off the steering wheel and feet off the pedals while the vehicle is in the tunnel.
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Haunted Places in Gadsden, Alabama
Lucy's Afterlife Night Club
This night club housed in a 1903 historic building has a ghost named (you guessed it) Lucy. She is occasionally seen by staff and patrons wandering through the building, and is believed to be responsible for a variety of other paranormal activity reported. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Dwight Mill Village
Dwight Mill Village is a housing development built by the Dwight Manufacturing Company to house workers for its cotton mill. An historical marker with a bronze bell mounted atop it is located at the intersection of Marston Avenue and Coolidge Circle. Numerous houses in this historical district have been ...
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Rumored to be located on a former slave plantation, people claim that it is haunted by slaves who died there. The specific claim that is most often repeated is that of a hanged slave that appears in the trees.
Coosa River Sea Serpent
The Coosa River is a hotspot for sea serpent sightings and reports of something odd inhabiting the river have been made for over a hundred years.
Mountain View Hospital
Strange noises and shadowy masses have been reported by numerous visitors to the hospital.
Alabama has a lot of haunted bridges. A LOT. And when you are a state who apparently decides a bridge needs to be replaced with a new one, and then moves the old one to a brand new location you can kind of understand how lots of bridge wrecks and ...
Mount Pisgah Cemetery
You may see orbs and streaks of light from the active spirits at this cemetery across from Mount Pisgah Church.
Coat's Bend Plantation House
This historic mansion is haunted by a former slave at the plantation house. Residents claim to have seen her standing in the courtyard of the mansion, staring up at them. A male resident was apparently attacked by a flying ghostly light that materialised in the private cemetery adjacent ...
Gallant Children's Cemetery
Visitors here may see ghostly children coming out to play.
McFall Road Tunnel
A narrow tunnel on McFall Road in Jacksonville Alabama where you can park your car and turn the headlights off. It is rumored that there are black figures that fade in and out of the shadows as your eyes adjust. (Submitted by Braden B.)
Memory Hill Cemetery
Just another haunted cemetery.
Piedmont Jacksonville Rd
This is the Legend of The Ghost Bride Of Piedmont Jacksonville Rd. Legend has it that many years ago on Halloween, a young bride to be was getting ready for her wedding. When she went outside of her house she was attacked and dragged off to the other side ...
Albertville Public Library
An elevator that runs by itself. Water faucets that turn on and off. Are the former owners of this home-turned-library angry at the intrusion into their afterlives or just trying to say hello?
The woods along here is reportedly the site where a group of freed black slaves set up a settlement following the Civil War that was burned out and destroyed by the KKK. It is said to be haunted by the men and women who died during the raid.
Main Street Strip
Apparently the entire length of Main Street is haunted by the ghosts of tornado victims. Residents hear screaming and footsteps and other ghostly sounds.
Dump Road - Old Chief Ladiga Trail
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Supposed to be haunted. Your guess is as good as ours as to how or the particulars as we have not been able to uncover much, or any, info, however we will keep looking. If you find any actual documentation on this haunting, let us know.
This haunted story falls firmly into the category of "urban legend". No doubt a bunch of girl scouts sitting around camp invented this one, because it doesn't even make the slightest bit of sense. The legend is this: every year during the week of Halloween a one-armed girl ...
Stringfellow Memorial Hospital
Reportedly haunted by a ghostly organ player who plays the chapel organ in the wee hours of the morning.
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A pyromaniac ghost? That might be a first. Rumored to be haunted by an old man ghost with a fondness for flammables as well as a young boy who is often heard laughing.
This home dates back to 1909 and is registered by the local historical society. All the locals know it as "Abbie's House," as it was built and lived in by Abbie Smith, who founded the United Methodist church in nearby Warrenton, AL. Many subsequent owners of the home ...
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People in the performing arts claim to her crying of a little girl, and gets the reaction of a man who accidentally got hung when a play or any other event messes up. (Submitted by Amie)
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
People claim to see orbs rising over the cemetery attached to the church.
This gravity hill can be found on Cheaha Road. In case you aren't familiar with the phenomena of Gravity Hills these occur when an optical illusion makes it appear that your car is rolling upward on a hill, when in fact, you are rolling down. The phenomena can ...
If it's called Cemetery Mountain, well it just has to be haunted. You can't have a place called Cemetery Mountain and it not be haunted, that would be un-American. It's called Cemetery Mountain, and it's spooky and there are a lot of cemeteries there. So it's haunted. ...
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There's legend here of a ghost who does housework! That's right, allegedly there are sightings of a ghost... sweeping. Because after an entire life of drudgery and cleaning, that's how every woman wants to spend her afterlife.
Jack Cole Road
It is alleged that you can hear the screams of soldiers who died in the Civil War at this cemetery.
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Screams are heard and a heavy presence is felt.
Although this hospital is now closed and operates a geriatric-psych ward, employees tell tales of "Homer" a ghost who roamsthe halls. He is known to flush toilets, independently operate ice machines and brush past people leaving them with chills. Both staff and patients of this former hospital have ...
The hauntings at Berry College have earned it the nickname Scary Berry. The ghost of a female student is supposed to haunt Ford Hall. She hanged herself upon receiving news that her boyfriend was killed in World War II. Blackstone Hall has several ghosts, the most well known perhaps being ...
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This clubhouse for the local tennis courts is believed to be haunted. Staff and members claim to have seen the apparition of a young man wandering the building after hours, who is believed to have drowned in the city swimming pool. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Moody Brick House
The current owners of the Moody Brick claim that the old plantation is definitely not haunted. However, that doesn't stop the tales from being told and retold. In the absence of documented fact, people are free to claim their own version of history and never is that more ...
Old Walker Chapel Cemetery
Visitor here have reported that something grabs their feet as if attempting to pull them down into the graves. At times, the force has pulled the shoes right off their feet.
Kent Robertson Park
The ghost of a boy who died there is said to haunt the park.
Frat House - Heritage Bible College
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A National Historic Landmark, Sloss furnaces is not only a testament to a burgeoning industrial age, but a ghostly witness to the untold suffering of its workers. More than 60 people died, often gruesomely, at Sloss Furnaces and legend has it that some of those workers till remain, chained forever ...
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The ghost of a woman in white who passed away in the hotel has been seen on the ninth floor of the hotel. The ghost of a small dog is seen in the hallways of the hotel, as well as the ghost of former owner Clifford Stiles. The most famous ...
The Tutwiler Hotel
A mischievous ghost is said to turn on the lights and appliances. Although legend attributes the haunting to Colonel Tutwiler, it is highly unlikely, since the current location of the Tutwiler hotel is not the same as the one that originally bore his name and therefore, it is unlikely ...
Linn-Henley Research Library
A ghostly man has been sighted as well as objects moving by themselves and reports of cold spots and eerie feelings have been reported.
Hotel Highland - Pickwick Hotel
Formerly the Pickwick Hotel, a 1950s creation named after an even older historic spot, the Pickwick Club, the Hotel Highland may have a ghost that comes from its historic past when it was a medical building. Witnesses say a ghostly nurse haunts the hotel.
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