Ghost Walk combines history and shivers

Chuck Ness leads a Ghost Walk in Pipestone.
Chuck Ness leads the Ghost Walk in downtown Pipestone on Saturday evenings in the summer. Chuck and Laurie Ness were inspired by seeing ghost walks in Gettysburg, Penn. and started the Ghost Walk in Pipestone in 2009.
Jackson Forderer / For MPR News

On Saturday nights during the summer in Pipestone, Minnesota, a Ghost Walk tour meets on Saturday at twilight at the Pipestone County Museum to walk through the city, hear stories of hauntings and bizarre incidents, and learn a little history along the way.

Photojournalist Jackson Forderer joined the walking tour.

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