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Join Grymm, our local haunted historian as he regales you with twisted tales of Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula's past. Be entertained while listening to stories about young prostitutes, belligerent sailors, corrupt saloon keepers and sinking ships. And while you are sitting with rapt attention listening to Grymm, enjoy 2 artisan ales from Propolis Brewing, Port Townsend's premier brewery included with your ticket price. 
After the story telling at Propolis you can join Grymm on a downtown walking tour during his Downtown Dare Ghost Tour. This add on is only $15 more (a $10 savings) and will give you a chance to see the sights spoken of during the story telling and even hear more stories of Port Townsend's torrid past.

21 and older only.
This event is limited to 30 tickets so pre-register for this event now.
If Christmas can have a season so can Halloween. Check out all the fun things we and some of our friends are planning for this spooky time of the year!! Scroll down and have fun this coming October.
And check back often, we have 13 events planned. (Get it, 13)
Get in the mood for Halloween by taking part in the 2017 Port Townsend Zombie Crawl.

Show off your special effect and acting skills by turning yourself into one of the undead. Be creative, be creepy, be a zombie that makes the living shutter in fear.

We will assemble at Haller Fountain at 3:30 then start our walk (crawl, creep, run, lurch and limp) through town. Get judged by the Twisted History Team and win prizes for the best zombie get up.

3 catigories for this years event
Best over all zombie 
Best couple zombie
Best child zombie​

Pre register to be entered into a drawing for a Rose Theatre Gift Certificate. 

Have questions? Need help finding a solution to a problem? Now is your chance to find the answers. This once a year opportunity gives you a chance to meet with some of Port Townsend's most popular tarot readers. 

Drop in sessions are being offered on October 6th and October 20th. 
Just swing by 718 Washington Street Suite E (in the space below the Bishop Hotel Lobby) and spend 15 minutes with your Tarot Reader and get some of the answers you are seeking. 

Port Townsend is home to several readers, and on these two dates, a few of them have made themselves available for these sessions. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity. Book now, and be sure to indicate the time you want reserved, or just drop in. Each session is 15 minutes long and only costs $10.00
Twisted History Ghost Tours offered nightly!
Step into the Spirit Parlor of Gussy Greywytch and experience an authentic séance with a true spirit medium born with the ability to connect with our loved ones on the other side. Our beloved dead often reach out to us from beyond when the veil between the worlds is thin; this might be your chance to reunite with those who have crossed over...

The séance opens with a blessing of protection and welcome to those who have crossed over to visit. Participants are guided through a relaxing meditation to open the channels of awareness and synchronize everyone in the room to the spirit energies present. Bringing an object worn by the departed can be helpful in making a connection. Time is also allowed for participants to share messages that they may receive, during the séance . While not everyone will necessarily get a message, everyone will experience the wonders of spirit communication in a classic séance setting and discover that death is not the end but merely a doorway though which we all must pass. The séance will conclude with a blessing for all present.

Join Gussy Greywytch of Twisted History for a High Tea in grand Victorian tradition. Don your finest mourning attire and celebrate the lives of your dearly departed as you share stories of your loved ones who have passed, add photos and mementos to our Twisted History Book of the Dead, listen to somber poetry, and receive messages in the tea leaves!
Hearken back to the lush and extravagant mourning traditions of the Victorian era, when widows wore black dresses and the hair of the dead was carried in mourning lockets. This venerable ritual comes to life at the Mourning Tea at Manresa Castle.