Halloween tram has passengers screaming for more
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Seaton Tramway Zombie Fest declared a monster hit
A tram of terror has been screaming along the tracks at Seaton
The Halloween special and the Electric Shock ‘O Horror Zombie Fest were a terrifying success, say organisers.
The spooks and undead passengers were played by visiting drama students with help from young make-up artists.
Staff from Fusion Waterside Studio were also on hand to perform and help with the arrangements, ahead of a movie they will be casting, some of which is to be shot at Seaton Tramway next year.
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Jenny Nunn, Managing Director of Seaton Tramway said: “It has been a great Halloween week made all the more successful with the input from the drama students, who have given every visitor to the tramway a Halloween to remember.
“New for 2013, was the Electric Shock ‘O Horror Zombie Fest, which has been an incredible success and something we wish to build on for next year.”
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