This Halloween season come hear stories drawn from our folk music archive.
- Bone, hair and sinew washed up at a waters’ edge made into a haunted musical instrument.
- A true account of an Amesbury woman accused of dealing in black arts in Salem MA in 1692.
- A pale version of an Irish sailor lost at sea for 7 years visits his love for one final night.
No costumes or candy corn, just musical tales of the supernatural: witches and ghosts and enough murder to fill a graveyard.
Did we mention it is free and that we will be performing in a building listed in the book “Haunted New Hampshire?”