(A fundraising activity of the Lawrence County Museum. Click for more information on fundraisers)
On Oct. 25, 2013, about 70 visitors explored the history of Huron, heard about an 1861 troop train crash, the murder of a beloved O & M railroad stationmaster, the gruesome death of a regular lawbreaker. Re-enactors shared tales of what happened at each site. Soup and sandwiches were provided by Huron's WTK Club, and Believe Paranormal presented a short presentation on the strange sights and sounds found at a local Huron bridge.
Watch Huron Haunts on U-Tube: Part 1— http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCZIVv8tD3w&feature=youtu.be
Part 2— http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5Y9QQCgzCc&feature=youtu.be
"On behalf of the Lawrence County Museum of History, I would like to thank the following for their help in making this year’s Halloween fundraiser, “Huron Haunts”, a big success: The Huron WTK Club for a wonderful meal; the Huron Volunteer Fire Department for the perfect venue; Little Theatre of Bedford, particularly Reida Cummings, for costume support; Believe Paranormal, particularly Trenton Scott, for a spine-tingling presentation; Joyce Mundy for her help with the dinner and research on Huron history; Jeff Routh and Jim Buher for their expert narration; Emily Engstrom for recording the entire historic walk; Barbara Bayens, Joyce Shepherd, and all our museum front desk volunteers for their help in selling tickets and greeting visitors, and our talented cast of re-enactors for bringing Huron history to life. The cast is shown in the picture, left to right: Greg Baker, Aaron Baker, Lisa French, Abigail Gentry, Arthur Cross-Najafi, Lewis Maudlin, Becky Buher and Adam Roberts."
Rowena Cross-Najafi, President, Lawrence County Museum
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