Friday the 13th, one of the unluckiest days of the year, is coming up, and you know what that means: Norcross ghost time.
Historian Sally Toole and the Norcross Paranormal team have collaborated once again for a night of town ghost stories and contacting the dead.
Toole will be giving guided group tours starting from , and Will Aymerich, pack leader of the paranormal team, will be tagging along the walks and telling his experience with the supernatural in the town of Norcross.
Guests will walk along Skin Alley and around the . It's possible that there may be a ghost named William who adjusts the timers on the ovens, Toole said.
Aymerich and his team will have meters set up along the way to look for anomolies, and they'll also be looking for any evidence of a man named Doc Lively, who was shot to death in the alley between Mojito's and 45 South in the 1950s.
Toole and Aymerich are also launching the audio book version of their novel, "Souls of Norcross," which released last year. The audio book is narrated by Alpha Trivette, an experienced radio personality who was also a navy seaman in .
The audio book will be sold for $10, and it tells an additional tale separate from the written novel.
The walks cost $5 and will start at 7 p.m. Friday, April 13, on the back patio of 45 South Cafe. The cafe is located at 45 South Peachtree Street in Norcross. For more information or to order tickets, call 404-934-4805 or visit historywalksofnorcross.com.