Monday, October 15, 2012

Ghosts tonight and a special exhibit at DCHS

                                            The 69th St. Terminal being built in late 1906.
Free and open to the public, no registration required.
Hear tales of the Brandywine Valley's most fascinating haunts. Spend time with a Revolutionary War sentry on duty at Brandywine Battlefield for over 200 years. Visit the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation in Ridley State Creek State Park where a lonely child spirit reaches out for the comforting hand of an adult. Learn about what caused a building inspector to flee from a site in Thornton without stopping to collect his tools. Hull will discuss these and more ghostly stories and share more paranormal events in the region including those at the Chadds Ford Inn, Hamanassett Bed and Breakfast, Sweetwater Farm and the Newlin Grist Mill.
The Delaware County Historical Society
“Air, Land and Sea”
For Further Information Call: 610-872-0502
David Vanderhoof – Model Airplanes -
George Andrews - Model Airplanes
Anthony Jovinelli – Model Cars and Trucks
Johnson Boys - Toy Planes, cars & boats
P. Vincent Riley – Titanic Books – “the third largest collection east of the Mississippi”
Andre Horne – Diving Gear, “Ultimate Scuba Adventure”
Richard C. McGarvey - Diving Gear "Aqua Hut Dive and Travel Service " -
James J. Sinclair - Marine Archaeologist - Profile
DCHS Museum/Research Library - A tableau to the memory of the Titanic
DC Athlete's Hall of Fame - Delaware County Olympians
The Christian C. Sanderson Museum
A Man's Life, a Nation's History

An eclectic array of art, military memorabilia, presidential artifacts, local history
and collectibles.
Open March through November
Saturday and Sunday
12pm to 4pm
Visit us at 1755 Creek Road (old Route 100), Chadds Ford, just north of Route 1
Also open by appointment

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