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Haunting Experiences in Little Rock, Arkansas

October 2nd, 2018 by Sharon Welch-Blair

A Haunting We Will GoIt is  that time of year to enjoy haunting experiences in Little Rock, Arkansas.  It is also the time of year when goblins and creatures wander neighborhoods seeking goodies, candy and treats. Or suffer the tricks!  Little Rock’s preeminent ghost authority and author, Linda L. Howell, conducts her annual Little Rock Haunted Tours and The Empress offers “A Haunting We Will Go!” Haunted Tour Package.  The Empress and her spirits are proud to be part of this real paranormal tour. Tours begin on Friday, October 5,  from 7-9:00 P.M. and continue every Friday through the first part of November.  Contact Linda Howell at 501-681-3857 for information or questions.

On the Second Tuesday Evening of October, this year the 9th, add to Your Paranormal Journey!  Visit Mt. Holly Cemetery for Tales From The Crypt!  Come back to The Empress and enjoy our overnight package and a wonderful breakfast and dinner at Caio’s Italian Restaurant, all part of our “A Haunting We Will Go!” Package.  Spend an evening in the cemetery meeting its residents! No, they aren’t ghosts. No, they don’t rattle chains or scare anyone. These residents are students from the Drama Department of Parkview Arts & Science Magnet High School in Little Rock. Drama students research a person buried in Mount Holly. Then, they dress in period costumes created by award-winning local Tales from the Cryptcostumer Debi Manire and deliver short monologues or dialogues to highlight the history and lives of their character. Audiences are led through the cemetery by guides with oil lanterns, stopping at the graves where student actors are stationed. Many local teachers award extra credit to students who attend.  Over a thousand people attend Tales of the Crypt every year, so go and que up early.  Admission is free to the public. Mt. Holly Cemetery gladly accepts donations!

Tales from beyond the grave come alive at Mount Holly Cemetery

October 11th, 2011 by Lisa

Tales of the Crypt — visits to Mount Holly Cemetery gravesites with 15 actors from Parkview Arts Science Magnet High
School who, dressed in period costumes created by Debi Manire, recreate the
lives of notable Arkansans who have helped shape Little Rock history — will be
held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 11) at 1200 Broadway, Little Rock.

Parkview students research each character and prepare original scripts for
their performances under the direction of theater arts specialist Fred Boosey
and drama specialist Tamara Zinck.

Admission is free. Donations to Mount Holly Cemetery are appreciated and will
aid in the maintenance of the cemetery.