A visit from Frankenstein and an ape

 
This morning Cortlandt Hull representing the Witch's Dungeon and Tom Dickau from the Bristol Historical Society were our guest speakers.  The Witch's Dungeon will be celebrating their 50th anniversary of the longest running classic horror attraction in the country.  Click the title for more details.  Or want to learn more about The Witch's Dungeon and how it came to be?  Click this link, http://preservehollywood.org/DungeonWebNew/Home.html which will take you to their website.
 
Please Note: The Witch's Dungeon is a non-profit organization and is funded heavily by donations.  A $6 donation is recommend from any one of any age.  Your donation will benefit the Witch's Dungeon along with the Bristol Historical Society. 
 
 
Mr. Hall and Frankenstein
 
 
On Columbus Day the Witch's Dungeon is celebrating their 50th anniversary.  Their doors will be open to the public on for a free children's discovery event from 1 pm to 5 pm.  They are located in the Bristol Historical Society building on 98 Summer Street, Bristol, Ct 06010.  
 
To celebrate the Witch's Dungeon's 50th anniversary there will be a tour of the museum with Halloween cartoons, popcorn and soda for free and open to the public.  This will take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 7 pm and 10 pm as of September 30th through the end of October 31st.  If you would like to see life size wax figures or original movie props or see a classic horror film then the Witch's Dungeon is the place to go.  Please note a the Witch's Dungeon is a non-profit organization and is funded heavily by donations.  A $6 donation is recommend from any one of any age.  Your donation will benefit the Witch's Dungeon along with the Bristol Historical Society.