In the spirit of Halloween, eat, drink, and be scared listening to folklorist Trilby Busch relate stories of real hauntings in Minneapolis and other cities. A $15 donation to the Healy Project gets you refreshments and scary stories, plus a glimpse into the mystery and grace of a bygone age in a 1890's house designed by master builder P.C. Richardson.
The spooky storytelling is set in the beautiful Queen Anne house at 2109 Bryant Avenue South in the North Wedge. Seating is limited to 35 people. No walk-ins.
You must pre-register to be admitted. Please, no children under the age of 12.
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The Healy Project
The Healy Project, Inc. is a nonprofit dedicated to researching and preserving the architectural legacy of T.P. Healy and other Minneapolis master builders.