Friday, October 21, 2011

Historic Haunts

Last night, Glen and I went on a Halloween-themed double date with some friends. 

The Historic Haunts ghost tour departs from the Moravian Bookshop in Bethlehem, PA: 

The tour guide took us to various historic sites around downtown Bethlehem and told us stories about ghosts that supposedly make appearances at those sites.  Regardless of whether you believe there's any truth to those stories, the tour was full of interesting historical information, and we got to see some gorgeous old buildings.

Here's a photo of the tour outside the Sun Inn:

Please forgive my finger in the upper left-hand corner.  I still haven't quite mastered taking pictures with my iPhone without blocking the lense. ;-)

Anyway, the Sun Inn is actually going going to be on Ghost Hunters later this year.  Apparently the T.A.P.S. folks were there a few weeks ago.  I've only seen a handful of episodes of this show, but I just may have to tune in to that one to see a local landmark!

The tour ended back at the bookshop, where there was hot apple cider.  We ended the evening with dinner and pumpkin ale at the Bethlehem Brew Works

Elvis is getting into the Halloween spirit, too.  Here he is napping on the couch and snuggling the monster squeaky toy Glen got him this week:

What have you been doing this month to get into the Halloween spirit?


  1. Sounds like fun! And your dog is just too cute. I haven't really done anything to Halloween-like yet, but maybe this weekend!

  2. CUTE DOG !
    Well, I just bought a pumpkin yesterday and halloween candy. Does that count?

  3. the dog is too cute!! love the Halloween season! I like to get pumpkins to put me in the mood!

  4. Looks like a fun time! I hope I get to do something halloween-y this year, I still haven't had the chance yet :/. But one thing I do every year on halloween with my brother and sister is eat Tombstone pizzas! lol
    xx. Renee


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