The 11th annual ghost walk took place on Saturday, September 28th at Mount Albion Cemetery.
High School Theater Department students portrayed various characters from Albion's past.
Despite the rain, the tour was a huge success! More than 400 people enjoyed the one-hour walk.
Click on the link below by Orleans Hub Editor Tom Rivers to view photos and read more about this year's ghost walk
Highlights from last year's tour are below.
Student guides lead walkers through the tour.
Musical selections are part of the ghost walk.
Students dress as characters from Albion's past. Here, Nehemiah Ingersoll shares his story as Albion's founding father.
Judge Noah Davis was instrumental in bringing down "Boss" Tweed and Tammany Hall.
Elizabeth Denio was the first female professor at University of Rochester and was a founding member of the Rochester Memorial Art Gallery.
Elizabeth Vaille was one of the first female doctors in Orleans County.
Jenny Curtis was the first female arrested as a Yankee Spy during the Civil War. Her father, Hiram Curtis, owned a foundry along the Erie Canal and shipped farming implements to the mid-west. (His foundry was located at the Lake Country Pennysaver).
A trio of singers get ready to wow attendees with their music.