October 20 at 7 PM
Join us on Oct 20th for the 7th straight year as we invite our friends, members and the general public to join us as we investigate the paranormal sightings and activities experienced by many at the museum.
This year we will be joined by True Ohio Paranormal (T.O.P.) as they guide us through the cars and buildings with the latest in paranormal investigation equipment and techniques.
This fundraising event will begin at 7:00 pm with an overview of the equipment and breakdown of what to look and listen for during the nights investigation. Following your briefing, guests will be divided into investigative teams spreading throughout the grounds, buildings and railcars of the museum. Each team will rotate through every area as the investigation continues.
The Mad River & NKP Railroad Museum is located at 253 Southwest Street (269 S), just 2 blocks south of US RT 20 Main St., Bellevue.
Tickets for this fun and unique event are only $25.00 per person and space is limited so reserve your spot today!
All proceeds for this event will be used for the in-progress restoration of the "Silver Dome," the first prototype glass top dome car in America. True Ohio Paranormal is generously donating their time and expertise to benefit this wonderful cause.
While the investigation will begin at 7:00 pm, its ending will be determined by your stamina and the level of activity experienced. We will have coffee, water and light snacks to keep you going throughout the late evening and early morning hours.
Join us for this exciting and unique way to support our museum!
Call our reservation line at 567-228-9866 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets may also be purchased in the gift shop during museum operating hours (Sat & Sun 12-4).
Please reserve your spot early as this is a very popular event!
Safe Trick or Treat at the Museum
Thursday, October 25 Following the Bellevue Halloween Parade
Following the Bellevue Halloween Parade the museum will be opened up for trick or treating on the grounds! Donuts and Cider will be available for the trick-or-treaters. It is a great time seeing kids of all ages dressed up in their costumes. Local businesses and organizations will be set up around the museum to pass out candy for the kids. Last year we had 639 trick-or-treaters and over 1500 people in attendance when you count the adults and parade goers. We hope to see you all there. If you would like to set up a candy station please contact the museum at 419-483-2222.