On October 28 from 5-7:30 PM, The Sheldon Museum will host Spooky Night at the Museum, an evening of pre-Halloween entertainment. The event is free and open to the public. 

The night will offer a range of spirit-inspired activities: Tarot card readings, group psychic readings, a murder scene dollhouse, and live spooky music. Take a selfie with one of the spirit photographs from Museum’s collection acquired by Solomon Wright Jewett (1808-94), a successful merino sheep farmer and avid spiritualist collector.

Have you had an encounter with the spirit world or perhaps once lived or now live in a haunted house? Come tell your story! The centerpiece of the evening will be a MOTH-style program with ghost stories told by members of the community. If you’d like to share your ghost story (up to 5 minutes), contact the Sheldon at henrysheldonmuseum@gmail.com and you’ll be added to the program.

Costumes are optional, but welcome. For more information: 802/388-2117 or visit: https://www.henrysheldonmuseum.org/events/spooky-night-at-the-henry-sheldon-museum