Haunted Hocking Weekend
Oct 26, Oct 27, 2012
Join with the Haunted Hocking a??HHITa?? team as they search for the unexplained at Ash Cave or try your hand at Pumpkin decorating. Registered campers and cabin guest can enjoy a hayride, a family fun spooky movie, site judging, and trick or treat at Old Mana??s Cave campground. Regular camping & cabin fees apply. Ever heard the ghostly woman's cry by Rose Lake at the Hocking Hills State Park campground? Or did you hear about the brakeman who was killed at Moonville Tunnel and who is still said to be swinging his lantern along the abandoned train tracks? What better way to savor the feeling of a good ghost story around the campfire than to jump right in and investigate it. Using an EMF detector to find out if "that funny sound" was a local bat or. . . maybe a ghost. Hocking Hills State Park Naturalist, Pat Quackenbush, local professional biologists, naturalists and ghost hunters (Haunted Hocking Investigation Team) take to the trails to try to demystify some of the local legends and ghost stories of the region. From owl calling to using night vision tools, visitors get a hands-on experience using authentic ghosts hunting equipment. And don't think for one minute everything has ever been explained on the hike. . . there have been more than a few things that are just simply left to mystery.
Cost: Free eventsContact:
Hocking Hills Campground
31251 Chieftain Drive
Phone: 740-385-8685, 800-686-0386
Web Site: http://hockinghillscanoeing.com/camping.html