Not that you'll find friendly, balloon-shape-making clowns with smiles and twinkles in their eyes. No, instead you'll find clowns that look like they came straight out of a horror flick.
And, that's exactly what Robby Lavoie of Northern Screams was going for when he helped set up Terror Train 6077 at the museum. It's an annual scare-fest, and the more people who aren't able to make it all the way through the maze of mangled marauders, the more Lavoie likes it.
“It means we're doing our jobs right,” Lavoie said on Saturday during the second night of the Terror Train.
He said dozens of people weren't able to make it through the Terror Train in the first two days. With the scary attraction available every weekend until Devil's Day, it will make for a lot of screams and terrified train passengers.
For anyone with enough guts to tackle the Terror Train, it is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays fro 7:30-11 p.m., although ticket sales end at 10 p.m. Cost is $10 per person. For members, the cost is $15 for two people, while non-members pay $18 for two people. For more information, visit www.normhc.ca.