It has been a frightening couple of nights in the Sinclair Inn Museum. A collection of the Annapolis Royal region's ghosts and goblins have gathered in the museum for our first ever haunted house. While the museum is renowned for its usual ghosts, this is an entirely new collection of phantasms. From the Gray Lady of Granville and the one-armed soldier to the Chequered Lady and the forerunner of Joe Holmes, many pieces of our frightening local folklore are on display. Some of these ghosts will also take the time to tell you their stories as you walk through the building. I would suggest keeping an eye out for the one-armed soldier. He is rather a loud crashing lout with his chains and his infernal marching.
The Haunted House will be open again next Friday and Saturday nights (October 29, 30) from 6:30 -9:00pm. If you are interested in making a trip to Annapolis Royal, there is quite a bit of Halloween inspired fun with Goblets and Goblins at the Historic Gardens, a live presentation of Robin Hood at King's Theatre and the Annapolis District Drama Group's presentation of Murder in the Cathedral at St. Luke's Church.
All for now,
RGS (Ghost Pirate)