Do you believe in ghosts? You just might after spending a night in the haunted Moonville Tunnel. Midnight at Moonville is a Halloween-themed event featuring dramatic storytelling, wagon rides, regional craft vendors, souvenirs, historical presentations, acoustic music performances, and much more. The event will end with an interactive demonstration of paranormal investigation techniques hosted by a respected research group.

The event will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016, starting at 6:00 p.m. Admission is free. Parking will be at Lake Hope State Park, with shuttles taking visitors to and from the event. For directions, visit the 2016 event page.  For more information, call the Vinton County CVB at 1-800-596-4459.

Schedule of Activities
4:00 p.m. – Vendor set-up
5:00 p.m. – Shuttles begin operating
6:00 p.m. – Official open, welcome message, acoustic music by Ben Davis Jr.
6:30 p.m. – Historical presentation by Jeanette and Patrick Quackenbush
7:00 p.m. – Dramatic storytelling by Ohio Appalachian Storytelling Project (Thomas A. Burnett)
7:30 p.m. – Acoustic music performance by Mothman (Todd Martin)
8:30 p.m. – Historical presentation by Jeanette and Patrick Quackenbush
9:00 p.m. – Dramatic storytelling by Ohio Appalachian Storytelling Project (Thomas A. Burnett)
9:30 p.m. – Thank you message, paranormal investigation by Ohio PRISM
12:00 a.m. – Shuttles depart, site cleanup

Additional activities/features will include wagon rides to Moonville Cemetery, contests, costumed characters, a special effects makeup booth, and much more.

Vendor Application

Be a merchandise or food vendor at Midnight at Moonville. Download a vendor application here:

Vendor Application

Our vendor list includes:

Brickles Concessions – Subs, salads, hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork, and more
Cincinnati Ghost Seekers – Paranormal research and merchandise
Dan Cook – Woodworking and scroll saw art
Christy Coon-Torres – Hand-made/upcycled crafts, wooden Halloween decorations, and fairy gardens
Cuddly Creaturez – Recycled doll art, handcrafted collector dolls, and more
Samantha Damman – hand-painted wooden signs and wine bottle lamps
Dreadbury Babies – OOAK altered art creepy dolls, lamps, and similar handcrafted goods
Four Seasons Soaps – Handcrafted artisan soaps
Shannon Gross – Tote bags, pillow shams, fabric banners, essential oil carrying cases
Melissa Herrold and Tracy McManis – Hand-painted window crafts and candy
Interface Death – paranormal merchandise and t-shirts, Moonville documentary DVD
Jaci Martin – Special effects makeup
Just-a-Bite/Chris Hatem – Buckeyes and homemade sugar cookies
Monstrositees – Handmade goods and screen printed monster products
Moonville Rail Trail Assoc. – T-shirts, mugs, bandanas, and more
Carrie Moore – Hand-painted Halloween crafts
Chris Nabergall – Wooden rings
Ohio Is Home/Tim Martin – Ohio t-shirts and handmade woodworking items
Ohio PRISM – paranormal merchandise and hot beverages
Raccoon Creek Partnership – Representing the Waterloo Aquatic Education Center
RNR Nichols Concessions – Fish, veals, hush puppies, bacon-wrapped hot dogs, and more
Rose Bakery – Baked goods such as pretzels, scones, etc.
Roundtown UFO Society – souvenirs
Todd Roush – Handcrafted canes, walking sticks, and seasonal woodworking crafts
Dinah Rupert – Glow-in-the-dark rings, necklaces, t-shirts, flashlights, and more
Karen and Bruce Stone – Tie-dye shirts, earrings, and necklaces
Sugar Creek Beads – Handmade beaded jewelry and accessories
Brett Taylor – Photo frames, photos, and photo projects
Sojourners – Fresh apple cider squeezed from a bicyle-powered press built with scrap metal
Sweet Dreams & Jewels – Handmade jewelry and dreamcatchers
Thistle Hill Farm Antiques – Beaded jewelry/spoons, crafts, and antiques
Vinton County Band Boosters – Food, drinks, and novelty Moonville items
Vinton County CVB – Moonville souvenirs, t-shirts, mugs, books, and other merchandise
Zaleski Candle Works – Hand-poured candles, wax melts, Moonville t-shirts and earrings
and more!

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