History and Hauntings

The history of Valerie Hill’s Manor House spans two centuries. While her walls don’t talk, the ghosts that haunt her rooms certainly do. Come hear first hand accounts of the activity of our resident ghosts – from the woman in the cellar that calls for help to the spirit of a boy perpetually locked in an attic room. The evening includes a dinner by Village Square Restaurant of Winchester, a glass of wine of your choice, and a detailed tour of our Manor House, focusing on historical fact and documented paranormal activity.

For available dates and to purchase tickets
www.valeriehillwinery.com

 

History and Hauntings

The history of Valerie Hill’s Manor House spans two centuries. While her walls don’t talk, the ghosts that haunt her rooms certainly do. Come hear first hand accounts of the activity of our resident ghosts – from the woman in the cellar that calls for help to the spirit of a boy perpetually locked in an attic room. The evening includes a dinner by Village Square Restaurant of Winchester, a glass of wine of your choice, and a detailed tour of our Manor House, focusing on historical fact and documented paranormal activity.

For available dates and to purchase tickets
www.valeriehillwinery.com

 

Terror in the Tasting Room

If you listen closely, you can still hear the screeching of the wheels of the Carnival wagons pulling into town….

The residents are timid, but curious, and they gradually come see what the big top has to show them. Some preacher is shouting ‘Abomination! Devil!’ but he’s quickly drowned out by the crowds, bustling to come see the side show freaks. The crowd is silent once they enter the tent, but gasps and even screams begin once the show starts. They thought clowns were meant to make them laugh, not scream. Once the show concludes, everyone walks back to their safe, normal little houses to bundle up for the night – at once trying to forget and remember everything they have seen.

The Carnival troop mysteriously disappears in the cover of night, and by the next morning, some are left wondering if it was even real. The only sign is that a few children seem to have also gone missing in the midst of that strange, hazy night.

Come out for the Carnival’s reappearance, one night only, on Saturday October 27th to experience the same thrill and fright. Come dressed as a frightening member of the troop, costume contest will commence at 10 pm. $5 cover at the door, ages 21 and up. 3Fires Oven food truck with pizza available, beers and special spooky shandy available for purchase.

Doors open at 7 pm, DJ spins from 9 pm – 12 am.