On June 14, 2022

Feeling brave? Join the Midsummer’s Night eve Cavendish Ghost Walk

Saturday, June 18 at 8 p.m.—CAVENDISH— Saturday night the Cavendish Historical Society (CHS) will host its annual Midsummer’s Night eve Cavendish Village Ghost Walk. Meet at the historical museum at 8 p.m. The event is free and open to all!

Organizers say that there are lots of new stories this year. There are plenty of spirits that seem to reside throughout the village. Thadeous, who missed his stop on the Underground Railroad, paces, but became protective of the family that lived in “his” house. A “visitor” likes to run up the stairs at the same time every night in another residence. Was the arsonist who set fire to many places in town, including the Fitton Mill, responsible for the blaze at what is today the town’s Museum? The “ghost walk” of Cavendish Village tours places where “haunts” have been experienced throughout the centuries and places of “exceptional human experiences.” Wear comfortable shoes and bring a flashlight.

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