Last Saturday and again this coming Friday night, stories from Galion’s past, long since forgotten, are seeing the light of day.

Actually, they are being shared after the sun sets.

Eerie Galion Walks are hosted by Preserving Galion. Each provides a narrated stroll through three blocks of town, starting at the gazebo on Park Square. At various stops tales of mystery, murder, disappearance, and more are told in the very spots where each took place.

At the end of each walk, participants are welcomed into the Gill House for refreshments and updates on the latest paranormal happenings there. The venue was recently named one of America’s most haunted attractions by Forbes Magazine.

On Saturday, over two dozen took the first Eerie Galion Walk, coming not only from Galion, but also from elsewhere in north central Ohio. A similar number will be walking on Friday.

Kids, be sure to stop by the Gill House this Sunday afternoon as Galion enjoys its annual trick-or-treating.