Nacogdoches, Texas- The “Imagine The Possibilities” tour returns to downtown Nacogdoches on April 25, 2015. Attendees will be able to indulge in a self-guided tour of vacant properties downtown, ideal for businesses, residents or investment opportunities. The tour encourages participants to revitalize and preserve the downtown area by “turning vacant spaces into dynamic places.” Staggered self guided tours will be available that afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m.
PALESTINE- He’s Mean. He’s Green. He’s in Palestine! The Grinch has been locked up inside the Historic Anderson County Jail, and you can see his lair every weekend in December at 704 Avenue A in Palestine.
A Shipwreck Victim, Murdered Diamond Bessie, Her Accused Murderer, A Freed Slave, and More
[caption id="attachment_9677" align="aligncenter" width="495"] Lucy Russell,lost in a tragic steamboat voyage in 1871, offers her spirited story during the Twilight Cemetery Stroll in Jefferson, Texas. The one-hour walking tour features six brave and raucous characters greeting visitors from their century-old resting places in Old Oakwood Cemetery on Saturday, April 20, from 5 pm to 7 pm.[/caption]
JEFFERSON- Historic spirits come to life, sharing their brave and raucous past during the annual Jefferson Twilight Cemetery Stroll on Saturday, April 20, from 5 pm to 7 pm in Old Oakwood Cemetery. A murdered lady of the night, her accused murderer, a shipwreck victim, a freed slave, and more characters speak near elegant Victorian tombstones and serene monuments during this one-hour guided walking tour. Tour groups meet at the main cemetery gate near 607 N. Alley in Jefferson.