Fireside Ghost Stories

OCTOBER 11 & 18 /  7:30–8:30 PM / ODETTE’S OVERLOOK

For those who would rather enjoy New Hope’s chilling accounts from the comfort and luxury of the hotel, River House at Odette’s is hosting Fireside Ghost Stories at Odette’s Overlook, the hotel’s signature alfresco dining outlet. Taking place on Wednesday, October 11 and Wednesday, October 18 from 7:30–8:30 pm, these interactive evenings will feature an informal talk and Q&A with historian and Ghost Tour guide, Carolyn Randolph. Specializing in Bucks County history, Randolph will present tales of the city and the surrounding towns to shine a new light on its fascinating past and the bold names whose presence still roam the area to this day.

Ghost Tours of New Hope was founded in 1981 by paranormal expert and best-selling author Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffrey who famously described New Hope as having more ghosts per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Scott Randolph famously directed Ms. Jeffrey’s documentary film “Ghost Tours of New Hope,” in which local proprietors share their encounters with Continental Soldiers, a mysterious hitchhiker and unexplained events outside the scientific realm.

Dining reservations are sold out 
Bar and soft seating are available first come first serve.



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