Haunted Homestead

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Do you hear that tapping, that tapping at your chamber door? October is here and that means you need to be ready for all the ghosts, goblins, and things that go bump in the night. Make Frontier Homestead part of your story with a collection of fun and thrilling events providing a perfect lead in to All Hallows Eve.

 Are ghosts real? Do spirits walk among us? Most everyone has had some type of experience they can’t explain.   If you’re a believer, or just curious, join us Thursday October 11 as we present More Than Ghost Stories: Paranormal Investigations in Southern Utah.

 Image taken by the Southern Utah Paranormal Society

Image taken by the Southern Utah Paranormal Society

 Join local paranormal investigators as they recount their ghost hunting adventures over the past year and share their findings with the public.  The team has conducted investigations at numerous locations in an attempt to separate folk lore and stories from genuine paranormal activities. Evidence from the investigations will be presented and discussed, allowing you to come to your own conclusions – is it real, or just your imagination? The program begins at 7:00 p.m. and is free to the public.

 

 Can you find all the pieces of our monster at Frontier Homestead. Do so, and a treat awaits!

Can you find all the pieces of our monster at Frontier Homestead. Do so, and a treat awaits!

On October 12 and 13, Haunted Homestead returns. Running from 6-8pm each night, this family friendly event will get you and yours into the Halloween spirit. Not only will we be providing some unique Halloween themed games, we also will have spooky crafts, ghost stories told by local storytellers, and other haunting surprises. Come explore the Homestead and see our spooky decorations. Bring a painted rock to trade at our haunted house fairy door. Admission is $5.00 per family or $1.50 per person. Friends members get in free.

 On Monday the 15th join our very popular cemetery tour.  This year our tour will be begin at 6:30 pm in the museum parking lot. Come learn about some of the more interesting headstones and stories about the graveyard. You may even hear about the rabid coyote. Please dress for the weather and bring a flashlight. Admission is free to this event.

 At our Homestead Halloween events there is sure to be something to make you think, shake, or laugh so come join us.

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