10/28/11 A Ghost Walk will be held in the Marshall County Museum this Saturday, October 29th beginning at 7:00 p.m. Interpreters will assume the persona of various Marshall County residents circa 1836 – 1986 and tell tales about their lives, careers, and what it was like living in the county as it grew from a wilderness to the modern community we know today.
Come and hear the ghostly stories of Homer who haunted the Hayloft and Eurettie Artz who haunted a house on South Michigan inPlymouth. Learn about pioneer and historian Daniel McDonald; Civil War soldier and prisoner, James M. Gibson, Ecker Trucking company owner Faith Shearer, early pioneer James Greer, Brightside owner Julia Work and her friend Elizabeth Snyder, circuit-rider minister Farnsworth, and others. To hear all the stories will take approximately an hour. Visitors are encouraged to start the tour between 7 and 7:30.
Tickets are $5 and children 5 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased at the Museum on123 N. Michigan St.,Plymouthor from any of the Trustees of the Marshall County Historical Society. For more information, call (574) 936-2306, or visit our Facebook page Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center.