Thursday, October 29, 2009

A Tour Of Southern Ghosts: Atlanta's Favorite Halloween Event

Come experience Atlanta's favorite family
Halloween event presented for the 24th year by ART Station at Georgia's Stone Mountain Park from 10/15/09 - 10/31/09.

"A Tour of Southern Ghosts" is a storytelling festival that showcases the best ghost stories from the South. For 11 nights this fall, some 15,000 visitors will be guided on a lantern-lit tour of yesteryear vividly brought to life through the grand tradition of Southern storytelling.

Nestled against the backdrop of Stone Mountain, costumed storytellers - all attired in 19th-century period costumes - recreate the romance, the horror and humor of the past with a magically bewitching bend. These professional storytellers are from different cultural backgrounds and tell a collection of Southern folktales, myths and legends.

Join the Atlanta family tradition and meet professional storytellers spinning their tales of famous (and not so famous) Southern Ghosts along the lantern-lit paths of the Antebellum Plantation grounds at Stone Mountain Park. "A Tour of Southern Ghosts" is held during the Halloween season so the stories are a little scary, many times humorous, but never too frightening and always appropriate for young children.

For more info, visit ART Station.


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