Beginning with its founding in 1772, Ellicott City endured an endless
procession of tragic deaths. As a result, this eighteenth-century mill
town is packed with restless spirits and unexplained supernatural
A mysterious artist haunts Castle Angelo and threatens to
throw residents into the river below. Many of the temporary occupants
of the former Easton and Sons Funeral Home seem to have remained, and
the ghost of Annie Van Derlot still inhabits the ruins of the Patapsco
Former Board Member, Shelley Wygant Davies will
give a presentation on some of the spookiest history stories in
She will have copies of her new book, Haunted Ellicott
City, for sale just in time for Halloween!
Fee for non-members is $5.00 which can be paid at the door, BUT reservations are still required.