Fri Oct 30 6pm – Fri Oct 30 10pm

Melding the mysteries of All Hallows’ Eve with true stories of yesteryear, professional and amateur storytellers will hold court at ten noteworthy locations throughout the Historic District of St. Marys. The “tellers” will be fully costumed in their respective time periods that span hundreds of years of the rich history surrounding Coastal Georgia’s southernmost town.

Complimentary divining rods will be given to all tour participants with instructions on how to detect hidden graves on the outskirts of St. Marys’ historic Oak Grove Cemetery. With soldiers from every major war buried there (beginning with the Revolutionary War), the cemetery is home to many legends that have endured through the ages including the mysterious Resurrection Angel who will have stories of her own to tell.

The St. Marys Golf Cart Association (stationed at Orange Hall) will transport guests (who need assistance) by golf cart from story site to story site—a route which is easily walkable.

Tickets can be purchased in advance for $8 at the St. Marys Welcome Center and Once Upon a Bookseller, or for $10 on the day of the event at the Welcome Center. All proceeds benefit Bryan Lang Historical Archives. Call 912-882-4000 for information.

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