It's a typical Halloween tradition to visit haunted houses and scary places during the month of October. This year, why not try something a little more out of the ordinary, like the Runaway Fright Train in Texas.
The 40-minute train ride takes you through eerie areas in East Texas. Passing through the haunted Big Cypress Bayou, riders can see ghastly apparitions roaming the swamps while they learn about the history of the Jefferson Railway and the bayou. Riders will also learn of the many ghosts who are said to inhabit the area and how they got there.
This haunted train ride is family-friendly and ticket prices also include admission to the Jefferson Halloween Festival. Festival activities include children's crafts, games and a movie. Other fun Halloween products are available for sale as well as concessions.
The train ride will begin at Historic Jefferson Railway, 400 E. Austin, Jefferson, Texas. Tickets can be purchased online or at the station during event hours. There are only a few days left in the train's tour, so grab your tickets quickly.
This post was originally published on October 16, 2016.