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Video: A look inside Inferno 6077, Sudbury’s first drive-in haunt

New Halloween experience in Capreol promises same intense scares as Terror Train 6077

Due to COVID-19, Capreol's long-running Halloween attraction, Terror Train 6077, has been derailed.

This year, the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre (NORMHC) and Northern Screams have come up with a fully produced theatrical drive-in style haunt that promises to deliver the same intense scares.

“Think of it as a drive-in movie meets an escape room style of experience,” NORMHC operations manager Derek Young said. “But it’s a live theatrical production happening around your car.”

Watch the video above to get a glimpse at the experience.

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

Tickets are $65 per vehicle ($13 per person based on five 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.


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