Titled “a very special curated Haloween experience,” The HAUNTED TROLLEY is Connecticut’s newest event especially for Halloween, and it’s taking over the Shore Line Trolley Museum in East Haven, CT this month. Originally set for Friday, October 21st; Saturday, October 22nd; and Sunday, October 23rd, a second weekend has been added due to the demand, Friday, October 28th; Saturday, October 29th; and Sunday, October 30th.
The HAUNTED TROLLEY, presented in partnership with the Shore Line Trolley Museum, is a very special curated Halloween event unlike anything visitors have ever encountered before. Guests will take an unforgettable ride aboard an ancient trolley with hosts who will turn their evening into an other-worldly journey into the unknown. The one-hour interactive, exclusive supernatural event is limited to only 40 passengers per hour/per adventure. Timed admissions on Friday and Saturday take place at 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, and 10pm; and on Sunday 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, and 8pm (note that 5pm & 6pm are designated as family/kid friendly).
The organizers are presenting a multi-faceted, never-before-seen interactive production. One aspect of the experience will be a paranormal investigation of the true 1917 tragic trolley crash which killed 19 persons because of an allegedly “sleepy motorman.” Exactly 105 years after this historic tragedy, the unsolved mystery of this supposed accident will be just one of the elements of this haunted adventure.
Promoters make it very clear that this is not an indoor or outdoor haunted attraction, nor is it a hayride, and it is not a trail in the woods. There are no zombies, no clowns, and no masked killers. There are no chainsaws, loud music blaring, or actors chasing you or screaming in your ears. And there’s no waiting in line for hours.
Admission is $39 per person in advance only, and tickets for all evenings are still on sale at: https://hauntedtrolley.ticketleap.com/trolley. Walk-up admission will be available for any time slots not sold out in advance. All ages welcome, but under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. There is also a limited number of $75 VIP tickets which entitle guests to first boarding – choice of priority seating aboard the Trolley – plus a free full color commemorative souvenir logo shirt and an autographed copy of the new book “True Ghost Stories of Connecticut” written by Charles F. Rosenay!!! (book also on sale on Amazon and at www.ParanormalConnecticut.com).
THE HAUNTED TROLLEY at the Shore Line Trolley Museum on 17 River Street in East Haven, CT is hosted by “THE SHAMAN and THE SHOWMAN,” Nick Grossmann and Charles F. Rosenay!!! The museum is recognized by the U.S. Department of the Interior as the oldest continuously operated suburban trolley line in the United States. The museum’s line and equipment are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Guests are advised to “dress warmly, as chills will be running up and down your spine.”
For further information, visit www.TheHauntedTrolley.com