Paranormal Activity on Mutton Hill
The Summit County Historical Society of Akron, OH looks to host some of its popular paranormal programming again this fall. Back by popular demand will be “True Crime with Janet” on October 15th followed by the Mutton Hill Book Club focusing on Toni Morrison’s Beloved on October 18th. The sheep will move on to their winter pasture after Baa Baa Boo, an outdoor trick or treat program on October 30th.
Society volunteer Janet has a great slate of true crimes to share with visitors who will join her virtually to learn more about the dirty, deathly deeds of individuals in Akron and Summit County. The cost for this fun hour is $10 per person or $5 per Society member or volunteer. Participants must register to receive the Zoom link to sign in for this Friday, October 15th program occurring at 6:30 p.m. about crazy stories you just can’t make up!
The novel Beloved is the story of Sethe, a former slave who flees Kentucky to Cincinnati, post Civil War era, telling of challenges and demons that constantly haunt her. Ms. Morrison was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in fiction in 1988 the book. Guests need to register via EventBrite to receive the program link. It’s not necessary to read the book to participate.
This year’s Katahdin hair sheep will take their final bows during a program with Society shepherdess Edie Steiner and her border collies – Rudy, Luke, Lincoln and Owen. The outdoor trick or treating is geared toward students and there will be sheep herding demos between 1 and 3 p.m. This program is free and open to the public.