What to Know
- The MTA and the NYPD's Transit Bureau are teaming up to create a haunted subway this Thursday and Friday, Oct. 18-19
- The 14th Street/Union Square stop will be converted into the spook station from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. those two days
- Enter at 15th Street and University; the event is also family friendly, the MTA and NYPD say
The NYPD's Transit Bureau and the MTA are trying to make the subways scary this Halloween, turning a Manhattan station into a two-day fright fest they're dubbing the "first annual haunted subway."
So yes, this may be just the beginning.
The NYPD Transit Bureau tweeted that the 14th Street/Union Square stop would be converted into a spooky station this Thursday and Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The haunt is described as "family-friendly."
Enter at 15th Street and University.
Neither the NYPD nor the MTA hinted at what the spook-fest may have in store.