Storytelling Arts of Indiana Presents "Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery"
What has become a cherished, annual tradition and one of the most iconic events of the fall in Indianapolis is back again. “Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery” on Saturday, October 12 is an event the whole family can experience in a sobering, yet stunning, setting. Seven Hoosier storytellers will spin spine-tingling tales under a tent, turning up the fright factor as the night goes on. Costumes are encouraged.
Indianapolis, IN, August 20, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Guests will want to stake out a spot with blankets and lawn chairs before darkness falls and fuel up at the RIP Reception, pack a picnic or order from one of the many food trucks on site. They can buy beer or wine (21+), but carry-in alcohol is prohibited. Start off this fright night right by treating yourself to the VIP experience of the RIP Reception with complimentary food and drinks from Sun King Brewery, Mass Ave Wine and The Food Guys. Meet the storytellers and enjoy the company of fellow guests at Crown Hill’s Waiting Station, built in 1885 as the cemetery gatekeeper’s residence and office. Enjoy the music of Unholy Trio, play Halloween trivia and choose a decorated pumpkin to take home.