Thursday, August 18, 2016

Come Join Us


Come join us at the Saxon Club tonight for a Quarter Auction to benefit the Austintown Youth Football Program.   Going to be a fun night, we will have our booth setup.   If you are there, stop on over and say, “Hello!”

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Adding a Little Paranormal Twist to Untold History Silenced

We are working on the final touches of our next murder/mystery dinner coming up this Saturday night.   This one is geared more towards the paranormal and we are excited about it.

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Interesting Research Discovered for Murder/Mystery Dinner in April 2016

As we were planning the plot for a “new” murder/mystery dinner theme we are working on for April of 2016, we have discovered some interesting facts that will make our writing much easier.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Dark Shadow Ghost Tours returning to the Falls

Mark your calendar Newton Falls for Saturday, April 23, 2016… Dark Shadow Ghost Tours is coming back with another Murder/Mystery Dinner at the Newton Falls VFW

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Prepping for the return of “The Irish Wake Of Paddy O’Malley”


Dark Shadow Ghost Tours is gearing up for our first murder/mystery dinner of the season with the return of the Irish Wake of Paddy O’Malley.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The Pros and Cons of Ghost Hunting in the Winter

One can go out at any time to perform a paranormal investigation, but to go out during extreme heat or extreme cold, takes a little bit more dedication than your average ghost hunter. Even to the most seasoned of spectral seekers think twice when the temperature drops below that which can make you think, should I go out and do an EVP session, or cuddle up here next to the fire and perform some research. If you do choose to go out ghost hunting in the winter month, we have outlined a few pro’s and con’s to consider before you head out.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Revisiting and Remembering Lot 17 Burial Ground in Damascus, Ohio

In a quiet patch of land just south of U.S. Route 62 in Damascus lie the interred remains of many Quakers, people who lived and died at least 150 years ago. When members of Damascus Friends Church decided to expand their church building, the place, known as the Lot 17 Burying Ground, was directly in the path of that expansion.