Experience a spooky slant on history on a Haunted Walking Tour of Vancouver on a dark (but hopefully not stormy) night. The Clark County Historical Museum’s 5th annual Haunted Walking Tours are reanimating Fridays and Saturdays this October. The spooktacular trips are at 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm each day and, new to this year, will start inside the Slocum House at Esther Short Park.
“Centering on the strange and peculiar, our haunted excursions blend local myths, oral histories and research on Vancouver’s sometimes sordid past. Buildings contain secrets, and we shine the light into their darkness. The museum itself plays a role in several accounts of mysterious activities occurring in the research library.” ~CCHM
Individuals 13 years of age and older are encouraged to bring their curiosity and a flashlight for some of the most authentic thrills around. Tickets are $10 per person for the public and $8 for CCHM members. Reservations are required and fill quickly (space is limited to 25 people per tour).
For more information, visit Clark County Historical Museum online, or call 360-993-5679.
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