If you're ever in the county of Door, you may want to take a ghost tour. Hope on a trolley and explore
the famous ghosts of the area. Is it all just mass hysteria? Or is there a ghost who died of malaria?
In the first house, there's an old lady in a Victorian blouse talking of the ghost mourning her spouse.
By the Lake, there's ghosts who had put there lives at stake. People would wake and do a double take.
Is that a figure at the end of the bed? Verbalize a description of somebody dead. It's widespread.
Personal experiences vary, from a window that is constantly glary, to others that remain wary.
If you're a skeptic, hopefully your peptic juices don't lead you to the septic without any antiseptic.
Watch your arm hair. You might swear you just felt a chill. Feel cold air in a closed room? Beware.
Don't close up like a clam. Grab your cam, then blam! Picture evidence, grand slam. Or is it a scam?
I think not. Go to the cemetery and see the plot. It's based on history; see the mug shot? Long shot?
It's not like scary movie gory. There's real people in each story. Can you picture them in their glory?
The boy at the lighthouse died so young. The water had filled his lung. Feel his presence among?
One guy swore up and down that he did, as he thought he was a real kid. Dead? Heaven forbid!
Imagine his face, when he described a boy that vanished without a trace. Ghosts all over the place.
The trolley driver helps you set the scene and get in the mood for Halloween. Wisconsin is serene.
The Door County peninsula may not be home to Dracula, but it falls in within the Midwest formula.
Michiganders would feel right at home; look for the shiny tractor chrome and the lake wave foam.
You can find locally grown chive and a city within a drive. Get some honey fresh from the hive.
Don't forget to try the local fish boil. Indulge in a later spoil with a bottles of wine and olive oil.
Have a ball on the Haunted Trolley Pub Crawl, but don't act bulletproof, and ten foot tall, and brawl.
At the Ghost Tour in Fish Creek, the prospect of death seems bleak, but you'll want to take a peek.
You can bet that you'll want to see a Lake Michigan sunset. They'll stop for a picture, so don't fret.
The Door County Trolley can do a scenic tour. Visit lighthouses on the shore. Rent a trolley for your
wedding or private charter. It's stylish transportation for a starter, and a great place to throw a garter.
Door County Trolley will serve. For tickets and info, contact Zerve. Call 1-866-604-5573 to reserve.
For more information, visit www.doorcountytrolley.com. The author of more than 100 books, Marisa Williams earned her Master's in Writing from the Johns Hopkins University. For more on Marisa, visit www.lulu.com/spotlight/thorisaz and http://www.examiner.com/tourism-in-detroit/marisa-williams.