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Just in time for Halloween, an afternoon of ghost stories! Starting exactly at 3:15 pm on Saturday, October 2nd, come to Pennypacker Mills for ghostly tales and spooky stories told by Charles Adams III, known around the world as a collector of the paranormal, author and speaker. Ghost stories are a regular and beloved part of spooky fall fun.
Born in Reading, Pennsylvania, Adams is the author of many ghost books, including Ghost Stories of Montgomery County. Many of these stories are ones collected by Pennsylvania Governor Samuel Pennypacker. A speaker at many paranormal conventions, he has also appeared on The History Channel’s “Haunted America: New York” and “Haunted America: Philadelphia” programs and has served as consultant and on-air “expert” for programs on hauntings and ghosts on The Learning Channel and The Travel Channel. Who better to tell ghost stories than Berks County’s own Charles J. Adams III?
What you need to do: Bring a chair or blanket to sit on, wear a mask and social distance outdoors on the lawn at Pennypacker Mills. Our “ghost host” will share his stories from the mansion porch.
For more information call 610-287-9349 or email PennypackerMills@montcopa.org.
Fee: This is a free program.
Location: Pennypacker Mills 5 Haldeman Road, Schwenksville, PA (just off Skippack Pike).
5 Haldeman Road Schwenksville, PA 19473