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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

'Ghost Teller' At the Overholser Mansion, Oct. 27-28

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Returning for a 3rd year, Oklahoma author and storyteller, Marilyn A. Hudson, aka The Ghost Teller, will share scary tales at the Overholser Mansion.   The historic 1903 mansion is reportedly haunted, with many reports of lingering residents.

The benefit event is by reservation and will include two storytelling sessions followed by a staff led tour each evening.

To make reservations, inquire as to costs, etc. visit the webpage for the Mansion. Space is limited and event best suited to those over 10 years of age.

Norman author and storyteller, Marilyn A. Hudson, will be performing for a third year at the historic Overholser Mansion in Oklahoma City on October 27, 28 for “Scary Stories and Twilight Tours.”   The program will feature two story sessions, at 7p.m. and at 8 p.m., each followed by a museum staff led tour of the mansion built in 1903. 

Marilyn A. Hudson is co-author of the recently released paranormal suspense novel, The Mound,  set in a fictional eastern Oklahoma community.   She is also author of a collection of chilling tales, The Bones of Summer, a historical look at some strange deaths along Oklahoma railroads from 1900 to 1920, When Death Rode the Rails,  a collection of historic tales of early Oklahoma City, Tales of Hell’s Half Acre, and a commentary on women and the Bible, Those Pesky Verses of Paul.

Hudson has been active as a storyteller for over ten years  in Oklahoma and is a member of the  Oklahoma Territory Tellers, the Tejas Storytelling association, and the  Network Storytellers Network.

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