“Haunted” Trolley Tours on Tap for This Fall
Photo caption: A “spirit” from Wolfeboro’s past (played by John Smith of
Wolfeboro) interrupted the Haunted/History Trolley Tour last year. Who and
where will it be this year?
WOLFEBORO – Tickets are now on sale for Molly the Trolley’s 2023 fall
“Haunted” History/Mystery Tours scheduled to begin Thursday, September 28.
Where Molly will take her “guesst” this year remains as much a mystery as
which (or perhaps we should say witch) lessons the elderly, and rather creepy
1800s schoolmarm’ Maude Taylor will try to teach.
Molly will travel back in time with Miss Maude visiting parts of three
centuries and exploring the history and mystery of Wolfeboro’s past. Who knows
who else may show up along the way?
During the tour Molly will make several stops when passengers will get off
the trolley and walk short distances.
“It’s sure to be a bit creepy, a lot of fun and I’m confident you’ll step off
the trolley knowing something you didn’t know when you boarded,” said
Wolfeboro Trolley Company owner Kathy Faiman (aka Maude.)
“We very much appreciate the support of local businesses and
organizations which participate in this event, though we can’t acknowledge them
here as it would spoil the fun,” added Fairman. “More on that later!”
The 90-minute “Haunted Tour” will start at 7:00 pm in the lobby of the
Wolfeboro Inn at 90 North Main Street.
Tickets are $35 per person and may be purchased online at
wolfeborotrolley.com or by calling 603-569-1080. Must be at least twelve years
old. Tours are offered on Thursdays September 28, October 5, 12, 19, and 26.
Reservations are required.
A “Haunted Trolley Tour” ticket includes entry in a drawing to win a
signed copy of the 1976 book Remember When…A Collection of Old
Photographs of Wolfeboro, NH. A book will be given away at the end of each