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Fall Fest may be over at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, but the attraction's season is just getting started.

TALA has added two new tours this year to help keep attracting visitors to the Weston landmark.

Operations Manager Rebecca Jordan Gleason said TALA attracts a lot of repeat visitors and she wants to make sure both new and returning visitors have something to come back for.

"We want to offer them something new every years, so not only can they get different tours with different tour guides, and get additional information of a little bit different information, but we want to offer them additional learning opportunities and additional entertainment," Gleason said.

You can find more information on the events and tours TALA offers by visiting http://trans-alleghenylunaticasylum.com/.