Spooky Tales: Ghost Stories with an Orcas Spin

July 3 - August 30
Wednesdays 8:00 p.m. at Pioneer Museum, Fridays 5:00 p.m. at Crow Valley School Museum
Admission Information:

Adults $10, Children (18 and under) $5

We ain’t afraid of no ghosts!  

Master storyteller, Antoinette Botsford, weaves scary tales of Orcas ghosts and local history of the limekilns and other locations on the island.    She tells the hair-raising tale of "Hatchet Annie and the Boo Hag of Four Winds," and "The Handless Smuggler of Outlook Inn".  You may get a new spin on the plaintive account of "Octavia's Secret Love," or gain fresh insights into Rosario's "Lady in Red".   Antoinette is always doing new research and getting new stories, so be prepared for surprises! 

The ghost stories will be performed at the Pioneer Museum on Wednesday nights and at the Crow Valley School Museum on Friday nights. Antoinette promises a thrilling and spooky evening with local ghosts and perhaps a few sides of her own encounters with supernatural visitors.  Performances will be about 60 eerie minutes long and are children and adult appropriate.

Tickets will be sold in advance at both museums and can also be purchased at the performance. Get tickets early, seating is limited. You can call and order tickets over the phone at 360-376-4849.