A chilling good time
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WILMINGTON- The historical society presents story-teller and author David Pitkin from Chestertown, NY. He will be telling some of his Vermont stories about ghosts, including the ghost of the Wilmington White House, Clara Brown. He will also have his newly released book “New England Ghosts,” to share.

The story-telling will be Wednesday, October 6, at 7 pm, at 5 Lisle Hill, the Barber House Museum. Refreshments will be served following the presentation. For more information call (802) 464-3004.
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