For an alternative to typical Halloween fare, consider “Swift Creek Mill’s Spooktacular Spirited History Dinner” on October 25.
The paranormal group Spirited History will visit the Mill right before Halloween, sharing paranormal discoveries over a delicious meal. It’s an evening of delicious dining and supernatural stories. Spirited History is a team of paranormal investigators from Virginia who have been investigating the unknown for more than years. Spirited History Radio highlights historic sites with a spirited past across the United States every Friday night at eight o’clock on the Para-X Radio Network.
Between each hauntingly delicious dinner course, the directors of Spirited History, LeeAnne Ball and Angela Ghataora, will tell ghostly tales with horrifying history from their teams’ paranormal investigations.
During this spooktacular presentation, you will shake in fear while listening to recordings of disembodied spectral voices from each ghastly tale. You will be filled with frightful delight viewing the bone-chilling video and photos from these haunted locations.
The Spooktacular Spirited History Dinner is one night only, Thursday, October 25. Tickets are $40.00 per person, in advance. Door Opens at six and the presentation begins at six-thirty.
The night’s horrifying tales include: The Poe Museum’s Spectral Voices, The Monumental Church Tragedy and Hauntings, The Ghastly Train Tunnel Disaster – The Stoker is Still on Duty, The Ghoulish Richmond Vampire, and The Swift Creek Mill Supernatural Encounters
For more information, visit Spirited History or the Para-X Radio Network. Visit Swift Creek Mill for tickets.