Historic Ghost Walks Planned at Old Mill Village

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Anyone who loves a good scare will want to visit Old Mill Village in October for its Historic Ghost Walk this weekends…if they dare!

Friday and Saturday, Oct. 18 & 19, the historic village in New Milford will be host to the annual Historic Ghost Walks of PA event. The spine-chilling activities will be from 7 to 9 pm each evening, highlighted by tours of the village grounds illuminated by candlelight.

Shadows cast by the flickering candles, along with tales of ghosts and hauntings from the area and around the state, will complement the eerie feeling of the dark during these popular nighttime strolls. And if that doesn’t make hearts pump faster, maybe the stories of sightings and paranormal activities that have been recorded at the village itself might do the trick!

The ghost walk tours will take place approximately every 20 minutes throughout the four nights, each ending with free cider, hot chocolate, and donuts.

Admission is $5 for ages six and up. Children under age 6 are admitted free, but please use discretion, as some youngsters may not be comfortable on the tour. Reservations are recommended for parties of 10 or more.

Old Mill Village Museum is located at 5774 State Route 848, New Milford. For more information, call 570-434-3353.

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