THIS ANNUAL SANDY SPRINGS HALLOWEEN EVENT IS A REAL SCREAM

Scare up some fun this month at Haunted Sandy Springs, a free event at the Williams-Payne House (Heritage Sandy Springs Museum). Throughout the evening of Oct. 26, live music, psychic readings, a fire pit with a s’mores bar, a special movie screening and, of course, spirits will preside. “Haunted Sandy Springs is a howling good time,” says Keith L. Moore, Heritage Sandy Springs’ director of historic resources and education programs. For more spooktacular fun, take the $15, 90-minute tour through the Sandy Springs United Methodist Church cemetery and hear the haunted history of its residents. “As you take a stroll through the oldest cemetery in Sandy Springs, you’ll learn about the ghosts who roam after dark,” says Moore. “But be warned, they don’t always enjoy telling their story.” (Due to the content of the tour, anyone under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.) Tours are limited to 30 people per group and sell out quickly, so purchase tickets early.

HAUNTED SANDY SPRINGS
Oct. 26, 7-10:30 p.m.
Free; $15 for cemetery tours
Williams-Payne House
6075 Sandy Springs Circle
Sandy Springs 30328
404.851.9111
heritagesandysprings.org