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Summer ghost walks back in Pipestone

PIPESTONE -- The Pipestone County Museum, in conjunction with the Pipestone Civil War Days, will be providing guided ghost tours through the downtown area with stories of the paranormal and the ghosts who inhabit local homes and businesses in Pip...

PIPESTONE - The Pipestone County Museum, in conjunction with the Pipestone Civil War Days, will be providing guided ghost tours through the downtown area with stories of the paranormal and the ghosts who inhabit local homes and businesses in Pipestone beginning May 27.

The tours will take place Saturday evening from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend at 8 p.m. and during elected dates in October. The tour lasts about 90 minutes, and guides provide some history of the area as well as the ghostly tales. The tour starts at the Pipestone County Museum and takes attendees to the sites where individuals have experienced encounters with the local spirits and through a historic hotel which is a source of many paranormal activities and sightings.  

The tour is not recommended for children under the age of 12. Special group tours are available by appointment.  Reservations are recommended by contacting the Pipestone County Museum at (507) 825-2563 or pipctymu@iw.net . Proceeds from this joint fundraiser will go towards the Pipestone Civil War Days festival activities and the Pipestone County Museum’s programs.

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