It’s an annual tradition when Galion’s landmark Gill House welcomes visitors for an evening of chilling tales in a dimly lit, spooky atmosphere.

For the last several years, the house has opened for tours either on Halloween or close to it. Visitors have heard about the history of the property, which has been the site of a residence for almost 200 years – the current house being the third structure on the lot.

There are new details to share as well about the history of the house’s residents, and organizers plan to have paranormal hunting equipment on hand.

The fun will take place on Sunday, October 30 from 7 PM until 9 PM. There is no admission cost; probably not ideal for small children.

Between 2 PM and 4 PM that afternoon, the Gill House will welcome trick-or-treaters on the front porch.

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