News and Tribune

October 3, 2012

Ride the Rails of Death in New Albany

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NEW ALBANY — New Albany’s newest Halloween attraction, Rails of Death, gruesomely depicts the scene of a fictional train derailment for the scary enjoyment of daring, Halloween aficionados.

Courageous visitors, 12 years and older, are invited to tour the gruesome train wreck site this Halloween season. Rails of Death opens on Friday, Sept. 28 and will run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights starting at 7 p.m. throughout October and Halloween night. The cost is just $10 per person unless visitors want to spend a little more and occupy the coffin or partake in other extra-ordinary frights.

Rails of Death is located in New Albany at 1533 Ind. 111 just over the railroad tracks near Corydon Pike on the river side of the highway.

For more information and updates go www.RailsOfDeath.com.