Scary Story Festival By The Ann Arbor Storytellers’ Guild

. September 30, 2018.
Scary Story Festival By The Ann Arbor Storytellers’ Guild

Started by storyteller Jeff Doyle in 2006, the Scary Story Festival has grown more popular and more terrifying with each passing year. Seasoned storytellers like Mr. Doyle use silence, richly described detail, and foreshadowing to convince audiences that their stories are true. We can’t vouch for the facts but the bone chilling is real: the Opera House is unheated so bring a sweater! A donation of $20.00 includes dessert & coffee.

Suggested donation $20
7pm Children’s Scary Story | 9pm 14 and older Scary Story
Howell Opera House | 123 W. Grand River, Howell
517-540-0065

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