Back by popular demand, “Haints and Boogers: Ghosts and Spirits at Tusculum College and Upper East Tennessee” will return in a supersized program.
This year’s event, “Part 2: Elmer’s Revenge,” will be a Tusculum College arts and leisure credit event, beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, October 28, in the specially-darkened main reading room of the Thomas J. Garland Library. The whole library staff will all be involved in parts of the presentation, including Elmer the Library Gremlin.
The presentation will included illustrated stories concerning paranormal activities on campus and in the surrounding community and refreshments will follow the presentation.
“We have expanded the program this year to include ghost stories of Tusculum, Lincoln Memorial University and East Tennessee State University, plus Greene County and the East Tennessee region,” said Library Director Jack Smith. “Also new this year, each of our non-Tennessee born staff members will share stories from their home states, including Kentucky, Wyoming and Ohio.”
The event, which will include ghost stories and tales from among others, Virginia, Haynes and Katherine Halls, is open to the public and free of charge. No reservations are required.