The Ghost Walk is a popular Marshall County Museum fundraiser with an emphasis on fun! The 2022 Ghost Walk begins promptly at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 29th in the Marshall County Museum at 123 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth. The Ghost Walk highlights the interesting lives and untimely deaths of Marshall County people.

Get your tickets early! Tickets are $15 and may be purchased now at the Museum. Tour groups are assigned with the ticket purchase. Ticket sales are limited. 

Participants are to arrive between 6:30 and 6:50 and congregate with their assigned group.  All groups start the tour at 7:00 P.M. which lasts just over an hour.

Led by trained guides through the dimly lit hallways, guests will visit three floors of the museum. Expect encounters with spooks, spirits, and strange noises!  Interpreters assuming the persona of various Marshall County residents will tell their stories, nostalgic and historic. These stories will be told through the characters of Kathryn Garn (Joe Elkins), Bishop Bruté (the Very Rev. John Houghton), and the notorious Huckleberry Queen (Anna Bach Liechty) with her biographer, Del Knott (Jamie Erwin).

Discover secret stairs and hidden passageways of the museum.  Hear the horrifically chilling stories of those who died too soon from miller Clark Bliven (Dennis Carter) and Perry Johnson (Joe Kenz), and the farmers of Green Township who died in 1876. After weeks of careful planning, our volunteers have added just the right amount of haunting to this seasonal event. 

Explore the dark corners of the museum with friends!  For more information, call 574-936-2306, or visit events on our Facebook page, Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center.  Expect a hauntingly good time.

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