I Do, I Do, I DO Believe in Ghosts!
Haunted Historical Buildings in Bend, Oregon
Do you believe in ghosts? The good folks at the Des Chutes Historical Society certainly do, and on Halloween weekend, they’ll take you on a tour of six historical buildings in downtown Bend, all rumored to have “paranormal” activity. They are also presenting “An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe” that weekend. Read on, dear friends, if you dare…
Historical Haunts of Downtown Bend Walk
October 29-30, 5 to 7 p.m.
The Des Chutes Historical Museum will stay open late on Friday, October 29 and Saturday, October 30 for a special historic walk through downtown to see six historic buildings thought to have paranormal activity–beginning with the Museum. The walk is included with regular museum admission and will be offered six times each night. The walk will last approximately 45 minutes; please dress for the weather and bring a small flashlight.
An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe
October 29-31 at 8 p.m.
Also celebrating All Hallow’s Eve, the Des Chutes Historical Society presents An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe at the Old Stone Church near downtown Bend. The Museum is please to bring back Lenore Productions for an amazing fourth year. Due to overwhelming popularity, the Halloween weekend performance is moving to the Old Stone Church on Franklin and has expanded to three nights. Mr. Poe promises three different shows each night, his only guarantee is that he will comply with popular demand and perform “The Raven” all three nights. Tickets are $10.00 in advance, $12.00 at the door.
About the Des Chutes Historical Museum
The Des Chutes Historical Museum is dedicated to the heritage of Deschutes County. Encompassing Bend, Redmond, La Pine, Tumalo, Sisters and Terrebonne, discover why this has always been a great place to live and play.
Admission: General Admission: $5.00; Youth 13-17 = $2.00, Children under 12 = Free, when accompanied by an adult. Get directions here.