Ooooh so scary! Gatekeeper’s Museum to summon Tahoe history on spooky ghost walk |

Ooooh so scary! Gatekeeper’s Museum to summon Tahoe history on spooky ghost walk

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Tahoe City families can enjoy a spooky but fun stroll along a path haunted by notorious Tahoe citizens from the past Thursday, Oct. 14, when the c hosts a Spooky Ghost Walk.

and#8220;Tahoe’s ghosts are notoriously fun,and#8221; says North Lake Tahoe Historical Society Executive Director Marguerite Sprague. and#8220;So we wanted to host an evening for them to tell their stories to families, in the spirit of a fun Halloween-time event.and#8221;

The walk will feature several ghosts from Tahoe’s past, such as Robert Watson and will take place on the nature trail next to the Gatekeeper’s Museum, 130 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City. If the weather is inclement, the ghosts have agreed to move into the museum itself. Some of the ghosts are rumored to strongly resemble students from North Tahoe School and#8230;

Because it’s a school night, ghosts will haunt 7-8:30 p.m. Hot cider and donuts will be available to attendees. The event is free, but donations to cover the cost of refreshments are very much appreciated!

For information, please contact the museum at 530-583-1762.

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