Thursday, February 11, 2010

Mount Dora Ghost Walk Special Edition to raise money for the Haiti Relief Effort!

The Mount Dora Ghost Walk & the Mount Dora Historical Society is having a fundraising benefit performance on Friday February 19th and Saturday, February 20th, 7:00 and 8:00pm  with proceeds going to the Local Haiti Relief organization via St. Patricks Church in Mount Dora.

With ghost walks every 1st & 3rd Friday and Saturday of each at 7:00pm & 8:00pm.  This lantern led narrated ghost walk searches the streets, back alleys and buildings of Old Mount Dora that are told to possess ghosts, apparitions and spirits of those long departed. Combining an historical account of the history of the beginnings of downtown Mount Dora with the tales and legends of some scary ghostly encounters told to us by those who have witnessed these eerie happenings
With destinations not limited to the Ghosts of Drawdy Lane, the Lakeside Inn, the Renaissance Building, The Old City Jail Cell and the infamous Dr. Nutter’s House , You will encounter a history lesson and perhaps some scary encounters with current and past residents of Mount Dora.
Ghost Walks originate from the Mount Dora History Museum located at 450 Royellou Lane between 4th & 5th Avenues and between Donnelly & Baker Streets. Tour and interior show last about 90 minutes and cover about 3/4 miles of walking. Tours are preceded by a 20 minute seated theatrical performance title; "The Insidious Dr. Nutter. . Tours are held rain or shine and wheelchair friendly. Tours accommodating blind and low vision, handicapped and hearing impaired available. Spanish speaking tours available.
Tickets are $10 for over 12 years of age and $8.00 under 12, tickets available by calling 352-406-5672 or email or visit our website at Please give your name, number of attendees, desired date & time. Reservations are required.
Haiti Relief funds directed towards water and sanitation post earthquake projects.
Press Contact only
Andrew Mullen

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