Hanover Ghostly History Walk

On the evening of 1 Nov. we took a Ghostly History Walk around downtown Hanover, PA.  It was a fun way to learn a little more history of Hanover from our guide Richard Gladfelter.  The tour started and returned to the Emmanuel United Church of Christ.

As an aside, I have more information and pictures of the Emmanuel cemetery in an older post.  You can click here to see more.

I used this latest opportunity to see how the Ricoh GR camera performed.   I was interested in seeing if the 28 mm focal length was a good focal length for walking around the Borough and also how the WB performed under those conditions.  I was pleased with the camera.  I may have some more night-time pictures from the walk in a later blog.

2 comments

  1. Dee

    I always enjoy those Ghost walks, a good guide usually provides a lot of history. I did one in Victoria BC when I was there.

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