Chilled to the Bone – Ghost Storytelling for Halloween at the Carnegie Art Center

Saturday, October 28, 2017.  6:30 PM

The Carnegie Art Center will be hosting an evening of spooky ghost stories with Charles Bachman, a retired professor of English at Buffalo State College, will be telling Native American and other ghost tales sure to get you into the Halloween spirit!

Charles Bachman’s major teaching specialty was Native American/American Indian literature and he has been telling Native American stories for many groups on and off campus for several years.  In fact, he relates that “Halloween is my favorite holiday, and I have been partial to ghost stories and terror tales for as far back as I can remember.  I have to admit I enjoy seeing people absorbed and scared as I lure them into the stories.”  To hear more about Bachman, and his scary tales, join us at the Carnegie Art Center on October 28, 2017.


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Friday, December 1, 2017

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