An overflow crowd for The Ticonderoga Historical Society’s program on Friday has resulted in an additional program being scheduled for Friday, October 5 at 7 p.m. “Victorian Spirit Photography” proved so popular that a number of those who wished to attend were unable to get into the program room last Friday evening. The additional presentation will allow attendees to make seat reservations by phone, e-mail or via Facebook.
“As we saw on Friday evening, the Victorians were not the only group with a huge curiosity in the occult,” said program presenter Diane O’Connor. “We continue to be fascinated by the prospect of communicating with those who have crossed over. Thomas Edison, Marie Curie, Queen Victoria and many other prominent individuals have delved into the realm of spirit communication.”
As before, O’Connor promises a couple of “surprises” during the program and invites both the living and “otherworldly” to attend.
The program will take place at the Hancock House, 6 Moses Circle in Ticonderoga. Refreshments will be served. Additional information and reservations are available through Facebook, by calling 518-585-7868 or via e-mail to tihistory@bridgepoint1com.
The Ticonderoga Historical Society promotes the preservation and interpretation of history through its collections, programs and community outreach, preserving our past for our future. The Historical Society makes area history an integral part of community life by connecting past and present.