Halloween Night

Murder at the museum, a thought one must keep in mind when wandering from room to room in the blackness of the Jefferson County Historical Association 1919 mansion. The Halloween flashlight tour of the museum invokes, some say, the spirits of the poor souls who were placed in the basement of the mansion after they drowned in the 1936 flood. The cellar was the only cool location to preserve the bodies until burial. Visitors claim to see, red-eyed bats, body parts, deranged clowns, flesh-eating ghouls, a skeletal bride dressed in a black gown, and some are touched by unseen hands.