Forget haunted houses! The best way to experience true terror this year is to hop on board a seriously frightening train ride.
The combines all the best elements of Halloween: creepy clowns, axe murders, wicked witches, even skeletons dressed as scarecrows. And if that wasn’t enough to get your heart rate going, the entire event is led by Lady Eloise, the “spook-tacular” hostess that will join you for the adventure.
Those who dare to join for the 45-minute excursion will experience “the hands of the unknown,” once they leave the safety of New York’s Kingston station. According to the , “Our creatures are sure to frighten, our tales of local ghosts are sure to haunt.”
The tickets run at $38 for adults, and $30 for children aged 2-12, although the company does note that it’s recommended for teens and adults. But if you’re ready to face your fears, you better act fast: The Rails of Terror’s last ride of the season is this weekend.
And if you’re looking for something a little more family-friendly, the got you covered there as well. On October 27 and 28 they host the where passengers can take in the stunning foliage, learn about the legend of the Jack-O’-Lantern, and even pick their own pumpkins if they opt for the Pumpkin Express option.