At last the Texas weather is warming a bit ... and ghost tours are continuing every Friday and Saturday night. Sure, there are occasional exceptions, but about the only thing that keeps me away from the square are pouring down rain, ice, or work out of town. Watch the Facebook page to keep up to date.
LATE NIGHT FRIGHT!
I'm doing a special event, with 25% of the proceeds to benefit the Tejas Storytelling Association. They have their 29th annual storytelling festival on the horizon.
In addition to my regular 8:00 tours, I'm experimenting with a tour at 10:30 (after the festival concerts end) on two nights only.
If you are a night owl, book reservations for a "Late Night Fright" tour on March 7th or 8th, and know you are helping out a good cause: Tejas Storytelling Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the appreciation of storytelling as an oral tradition, a performing art, and an educational tool.
Shelly has been a professional storyteller for 27 years. You don't even have to twist her arm and she will tell you a story.