Back by popular demand, lights-out haunted tours will be available again this year plus a new opportunity in collaboration with the Glendale Cemetery beginning in October. Whether you are “into” the whole ghostly scene or just want to have a fun evening roaming the darkened rooms and halls of the 1837 Perkins Stone Mansion at night, SCHS has numerous opportunities from which to choose.
A Moon, A Mansion and Mausoleums
A Paranormal Event
Perkins Stone Mansion and Glendale Cemetery Tour
Friday, October 18
$20 adults $18 members
Guests will board a trolley and will visit the Perkins Stone Mansion and then be led on a guided trolley tour through Glendale Cemetery.
Lights-Out Psychic Paranormal Tours with Laura Lynn
Friday, October 25
$20 adults $18 members
This special Lights-Out tour is hosted by Psychic Laura Lynn, who will share her insights into the paranormal world as you tour the Perkins Stone Mansion. Visitors are encouraged to take photographs and share their experiences. Before leaving the house, paranormal “survivors” receive a special amulet used as a means of keeping wandering spirits from attaching themselves to participants.
Lights-Out Paranormal Tours
Saturday, October 26
$15 adults $12 members
Call for times
This tour begins in the Wash House where guests are welcomed by their brave and experienced guides. With cameras and flashlights in hand, eager guests, each hoping to catch a glimpse of an apparition, enter the dark and eerie stone mansion. Once inside guides go room by room and recount the numerous stories of paranormal activity that have been witnessed and reported over the years. Visitors are encouraged to take photographs and share their experiences. Before leaving the house, paranormal “survivors” receive a special amulet used as a means of keeping wandering spirits from attaching themselves to participants.
Call SCHS at 330-535-1120 for additional information or to reserve your event date. Reservations are required, and guests MUST BE 16 YEARS and older to attend paranormal events.
Founded in 1924, the Summit County Historical Society is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Their mission is to preserve and interpret the history of Summit County and Akron, and to educate regional communities about the people and events that have shaped our rich history. To learn more about the Summit County Historical Society please call (330)535-1120 or visit the web site at http://www.summithistory.org