Posts Tagged ‘fall

28
Oct
11

Halloween – only a few days away!

Halloween already?! My, time flies here at Red Cloak Haunted History Tours! We’ve been having such fun… I mean, how can you beat the apparition of Grandpa, the ‘Spectre’, a ghost who slaps men on their backsides, the most haunted building in the state of Maine, and the spirit of a playful little boy?!?

In case you’ve been wanting to come on a lantern walk and haven’t made it yet, we do have some 5:00 and 9:00 tours in addition to the regular 7:00 ones. Our last night is October 30th. Check www.mysteriousdestinations.com for a special event on Saturday, October 29 – a Visit with Myrtle – a chance to participate in a ghost hunt of 2 buildings!

I’d really like to thank everyone who came on tours this year and gave us the opportunity to share our stories and the rich history of midcoast Maine. I’d also like to thank my associate ‘Ladies in Red Cloaks’ who worked very flexible hours these last months!

I’m looking forward to a winter full of research and maybe some new offerings next summer/fall! Don’t forget I am available off season by special request… I have some great school tours coming up in November! Check back now and then – you never know what random weird thing I’ll come up with to blog about!

Also, keep an eye on www.mysteriousdestinations.com for winter offerings as well as next summer and our November 2012 cruise!

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07
Feb
11

A note to those of you looking at the upcoming summer/fall schedule… we do not have a firm schedule in all of our towns yet, so do not be discouraged! There will be tours in Camden, Damariscotta, Boothbay Harbor, Wiscasset and Bath July through October, dates are just not firm at the moment. If you have particular times that you’d like to request a tour, please get in touch with me – usually special requests can be accomodated.

09
Oct
10

It’s a long weekend! The colors are beautiful, the sun is shining and there’s a fest of some sort in every midcoast town! We have several tours going on every evening this weekend – join us after your fun filled day of pumpkins, train rides, scarecrows, apples, etc.!

01
Oct
10

Fall in New England…beautiful leaves, cool air, crisp apples and wonderful places full of rich history. I hope everyone is enjoying all of it!