Don’t miss the LAST Ghost Walk ever at the Marshall County Museum this Saturday, October 26 at 7 PM. This year’s Ghost Walk is the sixth and final in the series that started in 2008, so if you’ve wanted to attend one, this is your last chance! Since 2008, dozens of Marshall County individuals have been brought back to life as re-enactors share the ordinary lives and untimely deaths of folks who shaped our community.
Tickets are $10 and may be still be purchased this week at the museum from 10 AM – 4 PM, or on Saturday night at the door, but plan to arrive early to find assigned groups. This year there are fourteen short stories told by Marshall County folks portraying past citizens with unusual circumstances. Journey throughout the nooks and crannies of the museum anticipating chilling sights and sounds in between stops. Then hear interesting stories of what befell healthy young people as well as a nationally known actor and a pioneer family. Be spooked by unexpected guests and explore dark corridors with caution, but most of all expect a hauntingly good time!
This event was designed for adults, but children are welcome along with ghosts, goblins and witches to enhance the seasonal theme. The museum staff appreciates community support of this event over the years, along with the participation of the dozens of gracious volunteers and the Marshall County Historical Society Board.