Murder Mystery Train: "The Vampire Strikes Back!", WMSR

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In his day, Boris Meyer was the king of monster movies. His portrayal of vampire Count Fangula frightened millions, but in 1979, Meyer couldn’t take the typecasting anymore and retired to a reclusive life at his secluded manor in the Hollywood hills. In the years since, he emerged only one time, with disastrous results: in 2003 he was behind the wheel of a car that struck and seriously injured a famous Hollywood director. Now, there’s word that Boris will make his first public appearance in over a quarter-century, as horror fans gather for “Fright Fest ” Will the demons of Boris Meyer’s past come back to haunt him?

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Posted By: Western Maryland Scenic Railroad




Event Details

Date: November 17, 2018
Time: 6:00pm -

Location:
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
13 Canal Street
Cumberlan, Maryland 21502

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More About this Event Poster: Western Maryland Scenic Railroad

The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad (WMSR) is a heritage railroad based in Cumberland, Maryland. It operates over ex-Western Maryland Railway (WM) trackage to Frostburg, Maryland and back using restored diesel locomotives.

The WMSR operates passenger excursion trains and occasional freights when needed out of the former Western Maryland station in Cumberland, which also houses one of the six visitor centers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park as well as other attractions and offices. This station was built in 1913.

The railroad offers coach and first class service, as well as reserved caboose rides. The railroad also runs murder mystery excursions and special seasonal trips.

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