Explore Haunted History With Ghost Head Soup – Elmhurst BMW Dealer

October 14th, 2019 by

Dressing up for Halloween is fun, but if you’re a more adventurous type, you’ll want to check out Haunted History With Ghost Head Soup on Friday, Oct. 18, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. This is the perfect evening for all fans of the paranormal. You’ll spend a supernatural evening at Churchville Schoolhouse in Bensenville, where you’ll learn about the history of the schoolhouse and cemetery. You’ll be frightened by the spine-tingling stories of paranormal activities. Some of us at Elmhurst BMW are daring enough to visit this spooky event. But we’ll be honest, a few of our staff members would probably prefer to stay at home, safe and secure in front of the fire.

Haunted History With Ghost Head SoupParticipants at Haunted History With Ghost Head Soup will also be treated to a demonstration of actual ghost-hunting equipment. Those who have their own ghost-hunting gear are welcome to bring it along.

Ghost Head Soup is a local group of ghost hunters who are dedicated to examining evidence of paranormal activity and removing the fear of the unknown by helping the living and non-living coexist peacefully.

Participants at Haunted History With Ghost Head Soup must be age 14 and over. Please wear appropriate clothing for the weather and a pair of comfortable shoes. Participants must be able to walk on uneven terrain in low light and everyone who attends the event must sign a waiver. Registration is required. Register online at https://bit.ly/2plO81u.

Haunted History will be a great time for believers and skeptics alike. Enjoy this evening of frightening fun!

Date and Time:
Oct. 18, 2019, 6:30-9 p.m.

Location:
Churchville Schoolhouse
3N784 Church Rd.
Bensenville, IL 60106

Admission:
$20 per person. Age 14+ only. Participants must be able to traverse uneven terrain in low light and sign a waiver. Get tickets online at https://bit.ly/2plO81u.

For More Information:
Contact the Elmhurst History Museum at 630-530-6879 or email ehmprograms@elmhurst.org. Visit the Ghost Head Soup website at www.ghostheadsoup.com.

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