Gravestones, Lanterns & Legends An Evening Walk in the Massillon Ohio Cemetery with Para Historian Sherri Brake combining odd burial customs, haunted history, and gravestone symbolism. Friday October 20th at 8:00pm-9:30pm $25.00 per soul ($5 per soul benefits the cemetery association) Massillon Cemetery 1827 S Erie St Massillon, OH
What is it about a cemetery after dark that beckons us past the gates? What is it about old gravestones, weathered crypts and gothic mausoleums that makes us stop, look and explore? Come join us at the historic Massillon Cemetery in Stark County Ohio as we do our 14th year of events in this historic burial ground after dark. All walks led by Haunted Stark County author, Sherri Brake. This walk is limited to 60 souls
RESERVATION INFO: We will confirm your reservations with you via the email supplied when you make a reservation. (usually within 24-48 hours) No tickets are mailed or needed. Just show up and remember your name! NO refunds for guest cancellations, sorry! You CAN have someone else take your place. Just email us the name change. EMAIL We suggest age 12 and up for this tour due to the nature of the stories and the fact we ARE in a cemetery at night which can be frightening to young ones.This tour is difficult for the handicap due to being off the road and walking on uneven ground at night. It covers about 1.2 miles total at a slow pace.
Your host is Haunted Stark County author, Sherri Brake
As always, we donate $5 per soul back to the cemetery association to help with upkeep and preservation efforts.
60 acres over 25,ooo burials Celtic crosses Potters Field Grand Mausoleums Hand carved headstones Beautiful angel statuary Every marker has a story....
See the grave of the Sea Captain Hear the tale of the hobo who lost his legs See where 100's are buried in Potters Field Learn how to use dowsing rods to find unmarked graves Hear about Al Capone's pal who lies in an unmarked grave Hear of Victorian Mourning customs and horrific tales of accidental burials while still alive
Because I could not stop for death, He kindly stopped for me; The carriage held but just ourselves and immortality. Emily Dickinson