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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

“Haunts and Hot Fudge Sundaes”

Haunted Program at Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor will host a haunted program, “Haunts and Hot Fudge Sundaes” on Thursday July 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm. Ed Kelemen, author of “Route 30- The Haunted Highway,” will be at the Corridor promoting this newest novel that takes the reader on a trip across Pennsylvania on the historic and haunted Lincoln to meet the spirits at over 50 locations from Point State Park in Pittsburgh to Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Guests can attend a presentation on haunts along the Lincoln Highway, enjoy a hot fudge sundae and conversation with the author, and get their copy of Kelemen’s book signed. Kelemen is a writer, columnist, and playwright who lives in New Florence, PA; his articles and short stories have appeared in numerous local, regional, and national publications. “As a lover of ghostly tales, I truly enjoyed Ed Kelemen’s Route 30, Pennsylvania’s Haunted Highway. From Pittsburgh’s haunted trails through to Philadelphia’s ghostly conclusion, the excitement never stops. A great ride!” says Patty Wilson, author of over a dozen books about ghosts and the paranormal. “Route 30-The Haunted Highway” is available for purchase at the Corridor Gift Shop. Reservations required; fee which includes the one-of-a-kind presentation on the paranormal, hot fudge sundaes, and the opportunity to secure a signed copy of Kelemen’s book is $5.00. For more information and to make a reservation, please call the LHHC at 724-879-4241.