The Rhine Halloween Event to Include Spooky Stories and Psychic Games

Source: Rhine Research Center, Durham NC.
Source: Rhine Research Center, Durham NC.

The Rhine Research Center in Durham, North Carolina holds a “Mysterious Short Story Contest” each year.  The winning stories for 2019 have been selected, and author readings will be a part of the annual Halloween with the Rhine party.

On Friday, October 25, 2019, 7-9pm, come and hear the spookiest (winning) stories. Dramatic readings by special guests and authors are also planned.

Rhine Research Center, Durham NC. Photo: Kay Whatley
Rhine Research Center, Durham NC. Photo: Kay Whatley

It is a party, so wear a costume (there will be a contest), enjoy some refreshments, and take part in ESP games (it is The Rhine, after all).

The party location is the Episcopal Center at Duke University, 505 Alexander Avenue, Durham, NC.

Halloween with the Rhine admission is $20 per person, with some discounts available. Register via the Halloween event page.

 

Source: The Rhine

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