MTA Transforms Union Square Subway Into Spooky Haunted House

The NYPD’s Transit Bureau and the MTA turn a Manhattan Subway station into a frighting sight, just in time for Halloween. The 14th street/Union Square stop was transformed into a haunt described as “family-friendly.” This first annual fright fest will run from Thursday to Friday from 4p.m. to 7p.m.

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Children under the age of seven are not permitted without parental supervision.
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Children enjoyed free snacks given away by employees: hot dogs, cotton candy, popcorn and candy.
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Frighting clowns were among the spooky actors at the subway stop.
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Members of the MTA and NYPD dressed up for the occassion.
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Adults and children alike lined up for the haunted house that stretched down the station.
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