They call themselves the 'Boo Crew', and the product of all their hard work is only available on Halloween night. This year will also be their last for the display, so the Boo Crew wants to go out with a bang.

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The creative director of the ‘haunted driveway’ in Copperas Cove, Texas, says work on the popular holiday display start in the summertime. Kandace Mead planned each section's interactive theme, and many Central Texas trick-or-treaters walk through the Halloween wonderland every year.

One of the creators and members of the Boo Crew, Bobby Cavazos, said they are expecting around the same amount of kids, adults, and cars as last year - around 350, according to KWTX.

The Haunted Driveway in Copperas Cove, Texas

The crew says they went above and beyond for this year's Halloween haunted driveway, and are excited for the trick-or-treaters to experience the haunted house. If you make it through the first section, you may even get a treat! Mead said that kids can also get a jump on Christmas errands by bringing their letters to Santa. There will be a special section of the haunted house to put the letters, and they just need to make sure their mailing address is included so Santa can sent a reply.

The Haunted Driveway will be up and running for Halloween on Monday, October 31st from 6-8pm, and everyone is welcome. The location is 616 South 1st Street in Copperas Cove. Be prepared, as rumor has it there is a surprise that might make you jump at the end. Happy Halloween!

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