Old Hollywood; classy mansions, black ties, glamorous dresses, and…murder? Valor Hall Conference & Event Center invites you to a night of mystery with Best Laid Plans, an old Hollywood whodunnit Murder Mystery interactive show, Saturday, February 8th. Bribe suspects for clues and gather information to uncover who is murdering the guests. Just be careful, they could be sitting next to you.
Doors open at 5:30 PM with cocktail hour and a briefing of the theme. 18 & Up.
Dress your best, this is a distinguished party after all. Cash prizes for best costumes.
Come enjoy a classic game of “who done it?”! Enjoy dinner and solve the Murder Mystery with a team of your peers, while competing for a grand prize. Silent auction, photography, MB Roland bartenders and more will be available!
This event is for members of Hopkinsville Young Professionals Engage (HYPE) Only! A public version is offered on Halloween.
Starts at Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum
Haunt the streets with us as we share some of Hoptown’s strangest, most bizarre, and darkest stories. From murder and mystery to tragedy and scandal – this tour is sure to put a spooky twist on Our Town.
EVENT UPDATE: Due to the threat of bad weather and the re-scheduling of Downtown Trick or Treat, the Legend of the Bell Witch event will be held on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30th at 5:30 pm at the Pennyroyal Area Museum.
Make your Halloween more frightful with the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County!
Join us Halloween night at 5:30pm, immediately following Downtown Trick-or-Treat, at the Pennyroyal Area Museum for William T. Turner’s recounting of the Legend of the Bell Witch. This haunting account of a poltergeist-like spirit who terrorized the family of John Bell in nearby Adams, TN is the most well-known ghost story in the region. Whether young or old, this tale is guaranteed to send chills up your spine! This Hopkinsville Halloween tradition is FREE to the public.
This event also offers you the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the old Post Office completely empty in preparation for upcoming renovation of the Pennyroyal Area Museum. The big, empty building is sure to add an extra layer of mystery and spookiness to this popular ghost story!
Contact the Museum at (270) 887-4270 for more information.
July 2nd has been designated World UFO Day by the World UFO Day Organization, which was founded to “raise awareness about the undoubted existence of UFO’s and with that intelligent beings from outer space.”
Here in Christian County, we have our own UFO history with the “Little Green Men” Encounter! In 1955, the Sutton family had an all night battle with aliens at their home in Kelly, Kentucky. Legend has it that between the hours of 11pm and 2am, the Sutton family has a shoot-out with a dozen aliens who were terrorizing, taunting, and scaring the family. The visitors were impervious to the bullets fired at them, and seemed to grow stronger through the fighting.
Lucky Sutton finally escaped the home and ran to Hopkinsville to contact the police for assistance. Despite the the police being on the scene for two hours, the extra terrestrial visitors were not seen again. It’s a mystery that has captivated truth-seekers around the world.
The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County are bringing a bit of mystery and wonder to the Alhambra! Here is some more info about the event:
“Be mesmerized with the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County! Join us on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 7:30pm as we welcome celebrity hypnotist Doug MacCraw to the Alhambra Theatre stage. MacCraw is a natural at combining his skills as a stand-up comedian with the science of hypnotism to create the most fast-paced, professional Comedy Stage Hypnosis Show in the country today. Dare to join our own Museum Director Alissa Keller and Christian County Historian William T. Turner and others on stage. This performance is not to be missed!
This fun-filled hypnotist show is offered in conjunction with the 22nd annual Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar to be held March 28-30, 2014. Best-selling authors Sidney and Nancy Kirkpatrick join the Museums to pay tribute to Hopkinsville’s most famous son. Join the experts for an exciting weekend of lectures, discussions, and a guided tour of local sites important to Cayce’s story. Edgar Cayce discovered his gifts while hypnotized on a stage in Hopkinsville. Maybe the next Edgar Cayce is already among us!
Tickets for the Hypnotist Show are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for seniors and students. Tickets can be purchased online at www.MuseumsofHopkinsville.org/ECseminar2014 or at the Pennyroyal Area Museum at 217 East 9th Street, Hopkinsville.