‘Ghost Walk’ at the Haunted Bissman Building to benefit Bellville Neighborhood Outreach Center

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The Haunted Bissman Building has announced that it will host its first Ghost Walk Food Drive and the proceeds will go to benefit the Bellville Neighborhood Outreach Center.

The event will be held on Nov. 6 at the Haunted Bissman Building located at 193 North Main Street in Mansfield. Doors are set to open at 8:30 p.m. and the event will begin at 9 p.m.

Those under 18 years of age are welcome to attend with a parent or legal guardian. Guests will be given an evening of ghost stories and learn about the buildings haunted past, as well as learn about its appearance on several national TV shows. A tour of the 50,000 sq. ft. building with also be given by owner Benjamin Franklin Bissman and paranormal investigator Joe James.

Admission is $10 per person. However, for this special event if guests would like to donate at minimum one canned food item admission will be cut in half.

Since both Bissman and James are Clear Fork High School Graduates, they would like to give back to their alma mater’s commu8nity by hosting the event for the BNOC.

The Bellville organization will receive all canned goods collected at the event. The BNOC is a non-profit center serving over 180 families per month in the Clear Fork Valley Local School District and other residents of Richland County.


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