Ghost-Walk-Sky-and-TreeThe Marshall County Historical Society will present a Ghost Walk on Saturday, October 31st at the museum.

Step into the past and listen to the stories of Marshall County told through the lives of its men and women.  The life stories of Fred H. Kuhn – Plymouth Fire Chief, Jacob Ness – architect, Edith Davis Boggs – wife and mother, and Francis Houin – farmer will be shared.

The tragically abrupt end to the lives of Clarence Albright, Ivan Pershing, Trella Holderman, Delbert Harris and Noah Carpenter will be revealed.  All of those featured have something in common.  Linda Rippy, Executive Director of the Museum said, “Can you determine what our victims share?”

A $5 donation will be taken at the door to gain admission.  You should plan to arrive between 6:15 and 7 p.m. to hear the Marshall County Church Orchestra.  At 7 p.m. small groups led by a guide, will explore the museum and discover the story tellers.  The tours are expected to take about an hour.