Monday, October 27, 2008

Great Smoky Mountains national park will host Halloween Fireside Stories of Ghosts and Witches

The 100 year old buildings at the Oconaluftee farm museum will serve as the perfect backdrop this Halloween to learn about how the people of historic Appalachia far back before the park was even formed celebrated All-Hallows-Eve with scary stories that were meant to entertain and frighten.

Starting a 5:00pm and running for about an hour park employees and volunteers will add to the chills and thrills with some scary old time stories, warm apple cider and homemade molasses taffy.

The Oconaluftee Farm Museum is right by the Cherokee North Carolina entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains national park on Newfound Gap road (US 441).

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