But wait! Chitchat around town is that Mayor Gary Herbert and Attorney Peg Polanski are playing their parts at the museum so well that they may actually create some panic. The good news is that Daily News Editor Brent Brown and Decatur County Historian Russell Wilhoit promise to play their parts with such quite composure that it will generate a near tranquil scene. But then, there’s Chris and Valerie Stephens who are alleged to have an aversion to “near tranquil scenes.” Come to think of it, no one knows what Nathan and Abby Willis might be up to or what surprises are in store.
Museum Director Dustin White might play a skeleton in this Ghost Walk, but is that all he’s up to? Is he really prepared to help Dallas Whipple with the sound and lighting? Marilyn Beaver, who dreamed this fantastic evening up in the sanctuary of her kitchen, will act as Lamp Carrier. Marilyn has said that this will be the one and only Ghost Walk, so enjoy this year’s.
This is bound to be a fun evening. Tickets are on sale by board members or at the museum for $5.
A party after the Ghost Walk is open to the public for $10 at the museum. Proceeds will go help finance the yearly Spook Tour for children. The Spook Tour for children is Saturday, Oct. 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. and admission is free.