If you are a lover of Lincoln history, John Wilkes Booth stories, or just intriguing lore… you’ll enjoy this update from the Facebook page of Spirits-of-Tudor-Hall.
Interesting documentary made for Dr. Caleb Lack’s “Science vs. Pseudoscience” course at the University of Central Oklahoma. In it, Shari Beecher examines the convoluted conspiracy theory that John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Lincoln, did not in fact die as described in history books, but instead lived out his life in Texas and Oklahoma under false names before finally dying in Enid, OK. ____ from FB page Spirits-of-Tudor-Hall
We at Currier House in Havre de Grace think you may enjoy this video if you watched our video on John Surratt.
I’m excited that we’ve completed a brief history video of what I like to call, Watermen’s Way. This is the area around Currier House B&B where many watermen lived early in our city’s history.
Interestingly, if you visit, picture this. Stand between the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum and The BAYOU condos…. in that area were several buildings that were later moved. The front section of our B&B was actually a building moved from this area and attached to the front of our house.
The descriptions of several other homes in the video make reference to the same.
Although the video is a bit long, hopefully you’ll enjoy it enough to want to visit Havre de Grace. We would love to accommodate your visit at our B&B and will enthusiastically share our history and stories.
Please note, the dogs barking in the background of a section of the video are our beloved Collies: Sadie and Josie. We look forward to any comments you might have.