An airport at the centre of a long-running legal row is set to host a Halloween-themed drive-in cinema for the first time.
Manston Airport near Ramsgate will welcome punters and their cars from October 23 to October 29.
The event will be an “immersive” experience with a “horror trail” and actors, according to promoters.
It comes after campaigner Jenny Dawes attempted to fight a judge’s ruling, which concluded the government’s granting of planning permission for the reinstatement of Manston Airport, is legal.
Ms Dawes submitted an intention to appeal against the judgment by Mr Justice Dove, who has now also turned that down.
Now, operators Kent Drive-in Cinema will be showing spooky classics such as Beetlejuice and The Nightmare Before Christmas.
As well as family-friendly films, horrors such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Blair Witch Project will be shown.
Tickets and the full list of movies can be found here.
On Facebook, Kent Drive-in Cinema said: “Welcome to a wonderful new location for Kent Drive-In Cinema as we launch our brand new Halloween immersive cinema at Manston Airport from Monday, October 23 through to Sunday, October 29.
“We will bring you classic adult horror films like The Exorcist or Texas Chainsaw Massacre through to kids classics Casper & Ghostbusters.
“There will be a film for everyone.”
The site is set to re-open as an airport in the future with a date yet to be confirmed.