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New drive-in haunt at NORMHC opens Oct. 2

COVID-19 safe haunt to replace annual Terror Train this Halloween
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Inferno 6077: Born Out of Fire is a fully produced theatrical drive-in style haunt that promises to deliver the same intense scares as the Terror Train 6077, which has been derailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Supplied)

The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre (NORMHC), along with Northern Screams, has created a new interactive Halloween attraction.

Inferno 6077: Born Out of Fire is a fully produced theatrical drive-in style haunt that promises to deliver the same intense scares as the Terror Train 6077, which has been derailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

"Robby Lavoie, the creative mind behind the event, pitched this new COVID-19 safe experience for fans of the Terror Train 6077," NORMHC board of directors president Stu Thomas said. 

"We are excited to offer this new experience and look forward to welcoming guests back to the museum for the Halloween season."

The story was written by local writers Mat Del Papa and Lisa Coleman-Brown.

The production tells the story of Wild Bill, a volunteer firefighter, trapper, and arsonist who was bullied his whole life, and a community who seeks revenge.

"Think of this event as a drive-in horror movie combined with an escape room experience." Northern Screams owner Robby Lavoie said.

Inferno 6077: Born Out of Fire will be held at the Heritage Centre, 59 Young Street in Capreol from Oct. 2 to 31. 

Tickets are $65.00 per vehicle ($13.00 per person based on 5 seats) plus box office fees, and are available online at normhc.ca or by using the Haunt Pay App

Guests must remain in their vehicles throughout the entirety of the experience. Guests in each vehicle must be from the same social bubble. 

COVID-19 procedures and protocols will be posted and followed. Please call 705-858-5050 or email info@normhc.ca with any inquiries.




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