Marilyn A. Hudson, 'The Oklahoma Ghost Teller', will be returning to the Overholser Mansion in October to support the lovely historic structure through a series of storytelling and tour events. She will be performing two story sessions per night from Oct. 27-30.   Well received in 2009, Hudson looks forward to returning to the mansion to share her historically based tales with attentive and delighted audiences.

"It was the perfect venue, " she noted recently in an interview, "the grand dame of early Oklahoma looking lovely in the autumn twilight, the coach house alight with the faint glow of pumpkin toned lights, and audiences of teens and adults waiting to enjoy a shiver or two."

Hudson, who holds degrees in both history and library and information studies, began crafting shivery takes from legends and early news accounts several years ago.  A professional storyteller for over a decade and a published author, she enjoys the experience as much as her audiences.

Hudson will also be at the Warr Acres Library on Saturday, October 23, 2010 sharing tales for upper elementary and adult.  She still has some openings for Fall Break, by the way.

Look for her, in her long black cape, as she brings some delightful seasonal tales for what writer Ray Bradbury called the "October country."

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