Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation Hosts Haunted Ghost Tours

GRADYVILLE, Pa. — This working farm and living history museum has plenty of history and plenty of ghost stories to tell.

It was a real colonial-era farm and plantation, built between 1760 and 1790.

Every October they hold The Lantern Ghost Tours, in which volunteers lead a group through the property and tell haunting stories of spooky, real-life hauntings in the area.

The paid event takes place on October 21-22 and October 28-29.

Scary stories range from witch trials to the story of real historical figures such as General Anthony Wayne and Sandy Flash.


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