Hear ghastly tales and stories of the macabre! Learn of the strange happenings and ghosts that haunt the streets of Washington. Stories include an 1891 Nitroglycerin Explosion that rocked the town, and a grieving widow that walks the halls of McMillan Hall, the oldest building on the campus of Washington & Jefferson College. Tours will also take you through Washington’s most haunted building – The Francis J. LeMoyne House. Maybe you’ll get to see the Lady in Blue who still roams her family home.
Also featured this year, the Western Pennsylvania Society for Paranormal Research will present never-seen evidence from investigations of the LeMoyne House.
Tours will leave the LeMoyne House Gardens, located at 49 East Maiden Street, Washington, Pa., every 20 minutes.
The Washington County Historical Society administers several sites—the Francis J. LeMoyne House, the LeMoyne Crematory, the Norma K. Grimes Research Library and the Washington County Frontier History Center. The Historical Society utilizes these sites to educate the public through offering tours, special events, outreach programs and research services. As the repository for Washington County heritage, the Historical Society maintains an extensive collection of documents and artifacts.
The Washington County Historical Society endeavors to collect and preserve Washington County's history, to increase awareness and to educate the public about the history and national significance of Washington County. It is also the responsibility of the Historical Society to preserve the sites under its administration.
WCHS on the third floor of the County Courthouse in 1926
For more information, or to inquire about tours call 724-225-6740 or email email@example.com
If you have questions about research visit www.wchspa.net/grimes
The Washington County Historical Society
49 East Maiden St.
Washington, PA 15301
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