After dark, the sounds of haunting choruses and blood curdling screams echo from the rail yard in Capreol.
It’s a familiar sound this time of year and it can only mean one thing — Terror Train 6077 has returned.
The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum Heritage Centre (NORMHC) in conjunction with Northern Screams are inviting thrill seekers to experience the outdoor scare which mimics the real-life ghost town, Sellwood.
“We’ve made it bigger and better, and by what I’m hearing – scarier,” said Wendy Paul, director of NORMHC. “You’ll have ghouls and goblins giving you a bit of a scare as you make your way through.”
Although there is no set age limit, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Terror Train 6077 continues every Friday and Saturday from 7:30-10 p.m until Oct. 31 at NORMHC, 26 Bloor St. in Capreol. Admission is $10.
As it is an outdoor event, visitors are urged to phone NORMHC at 705-858-5050 for weather cancellations.