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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tuesday To-Do: 'Tales of the Crypt'

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TALES OF THE CRYPT
5:30 p.m., Mount Holly Cemetery. Donations encouraged.

For its 16th year, the Mount Holly Cemetery turns into an interactive theater experience with "Tales of the Crypt," the annual historical tour featuring 20 students from Parkview Arts-Science Magnet School recreating the lives of a number of important Arkansans buried there, including turn-of-the-century Gov. Jeff Davis, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet John Gould Fletcher and infamous diamond miner and entrepreneur Samuel Reyburn. The candlelit tours begin every five minutes until 8:30 p.m.

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