Friday, October 11, 2013

Tales From Haunted New England

Creepy tales by candlelight
Looking for a way to get in the Halloween spirit? Get all of the thrills and chills of Halloween with “Tales from Haunted New England” at Eastern States Exposition’s Storrowton Village.

We all have our favorite Halloween activities, from haunted houses to costume parties, but I think spooky storytelling by candlelight takes the cake for classic creepy fun. If you agree, then add “Tales from Haunted New England” to your agenda this season. This enjoyable and bewitching tradition will take place Friday, October 18 at 7pm in the Village’s historic meetinghouse.

Dennis Picard, director of Storrowton Village Museum and our resident storyteller, opens his “Peddler’s Pack of Spooky Tales” for this event. Come listen to his ghostly stories from days of the past in the eerie setting of the 19th century village.

The hour-long program of folklore will feature supernatural accounts from Montgomery, Belchertown, the Mohawk Trail State Forest and Hatfield, Mass. Come hear the story about the mysterious disappearance of the Belchertown Pedlar, the witch of Hadley and many more legends of “murder and mayhem” in the region. These stories are sure to make your bones shake!

Don’t miss out! “Tales From Haunted New England” has been a popular family favorite Halloween attraction for the past 22 years. Contact Storrowton Village Museum at 413-205-5051 to make your reservation today!
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