MURRAY — Murray Parks and Recreation is getting into the Halloween spirit with Murder Mayhem in Murray, a night of storytelling.
The event is Saturday, Oct. 26, 7:30-9:30 p.m. and is free to the public. It begins at Murray Mansion, 4872 S. Poplar St. There are five outside storytelling locations repeated every 20 minutes in a two-block area between 4800 South and Vine Street. A “grim guide” will be provided, and attendees are encouraged to dress accordingly for cool/inclement weather.
The event features true stories from Murray’s past. The stories are "First for Utah: Charles Thiede Execution, 1896," "Ending to a Creepy Story: Ted Bundy Final Kidnapping Attempt," "Murder by Disguise: Rulon Allred," "Villain or Hero: Joe Hill, Labor Activist," and "Good Times With Ghosts at the Mansion."
Murder Mayhem in Murray is recommended for ages 16 and older.
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