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Prison Flashlight Tour – Ghost Edition at HMNS Sugar Land Oct. 18
October 11, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

Flashlight tours have become a mainstay of the season and always have something new to offer. Join David Temple, HMNS Associate Curator of Paleontology, for an after-dark flashlight tour of HMNS at Sugar Land, highlighting the history of this unique building and the ghosts that may still be haunting it. The historic brick building that […]

Ghosts of the Whydah [Real Pirates Exhibit]
December 29, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Today’s post is brought to you by our guest blogger Alice Newman. Alice is a volunteer at HMNS and a contributor to our magazine, the Dashing Diplodocus. Photo by jjsala, on Flickr. Taken during an HMNS Flickr meetup. Interested in attending a future event? Follow the discussions on the HMNS Flickr Pool. Ghosts, witches, and […]

A Trick or a Treat?
October 27, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

In less than a week, people all over the country, including right here at our museum, will be celebrating Halloween. Perhaps your workplaces and schools are already festooned with ghosts, skeletons, graveyards, and the like.  If you stop and think about it, you may wonder just how it is that we came to celebrate by […]



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