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Witch’s Dungeon at the Bristol Historical Society

Cortland Hull's Classic Horror Museum will be haunting the halls of the Bristol Historical Society this Halloween season! More displays than ever before. Weekend evenings from 7pm-10pm: Oct 3-5, Oct 10-12, Oct 17-19, Oct 24-26 & Oct 31-Nov 2. Donation: $5.00. Learn more about Witch's Dungeon at: www.preservehollywood.org

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Witch’s Dungeon Float wins Mayor’s Award!

Witch's Dungeon Float wins 2014 Mayor's Award!

Hamill feels the force is with museum’s new home

By STEVE COLLINS BRISTOL PRESS STAFF WRITER BRISTOL – The actor who played Luke Skywalker in the “Star Wars” films is happy the Witch’s Dungeon Classic Movie Museum has found a new home. After learning from museum creator Cortlandt Hull about the new location in the Bristol Historical Society’s building on Summer Street, actor Mark Hamill emailed this week, “What a fantastic venue this will be.” Hamill told Hull the historic building “looks like something out of an Edgar Allan Poe story.” Hull, who founded the museum in 1966, said one of the movie artifacts he plans to display this fall is a plexiglass star ...

Witch’s Dungeon : Haunting the Halls of BHS this season!

Witch's Dungeon to host new frights Friday, September 19, 2014 9:56 PM EDT By BRIAN M. JOHNSON STAFF WRITER BRISTOL —— The Witch’s Dungeon Classic Movie Museum will scare up a host of new frights at the Bristol Historical Society starting Oct. 3. The non-profit Witch’s Dungeon, a long-time Bristol treasure, is also the longest running Halloween attraction in the U.S. Founded in 1966 by resident Cortlandt Hull, it features his hand-sculpted replicas of characters from classic horror, fantasy and science-fiction films including Dracula, The Creature From The Black Lagoon, The Abominable Doctor Phibes and Planet of ...