The Lone Jack Civil War spirits have wonderful, frightful stories to tell. On Saturday, October 27, the spirits will rise again on the Lone Jack battlefield to share their stories. If you dare, come visit with the spirits from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Historical Society Vice President Dan Hadley portrays a soldier from the battle

People called it Ewing’s Order #11. Those who lived through it called it a license for to burn, steal, and murder. Listen to the spirits, feel their pain and sorrow as their spirits take you into their war.
Follow your guide’s lantern as you search this hallowed ground for those who became embroiled in the conflict. Listen as they recount their stories; the horrors they lived through. See the battle through the eyes of those who were there. Listen as soldiers and civilians tell of living through those heart-rending times and of their experiences.

No tricks, just treats await. Hear their stories for just $5 per person, 12 years and older. Children 11 years and under are free. Price includes both spirit walk and museum admission. Dress for the weather.

The all-volunteer Lone Jack Historical Society is the sole manager for day-to-day operations of the museum. Help them keep the doors open. Donations are always greatly appreciated.
The Lone Jack Civil War Museum is located at 301 S. Bynum Rd. in Lone Jack, MO

For more information call the museum at 816-697-8833 or visit their website at or Facebook page.