The Amazing Life of Amos Bennett – This is a wonderful story told by Amos. He was not your typical cowboy. He had the bravery of a snake wrestler, the stamina of a triathlon athlete, and the brains to . . . . . . well, come and see what we’re talking about.
The KKK – Have you ever wondered how the KKK got started and it’s history? This is told through the eyes of a pastor who used to live here.
The Blacksmith – Working with iron is no easy task. Come learn from one of the best, he will make the old west come to life.
The Unsinkable Molly Rink – She is Northwest Colorado’s unsinkable Molly. She was an uneducated backwoods girl who went from rags to riches. If only she knew she did!
Fact or Fiction Come join in the fun by being one of our contestants on our gameshow, ‘Fact or Fiction’ about Northwest Colorado. We can’t do it without you!
William H. Tucker He was one of the founding fathers of Craig. Told by a true historian – Dan Davidson. History will come to life!
Beryl Kleitz This is a must about how the Wyman Museum got started. It is told by Lou’s daughter and is a real delight in getting to know some of the common folk here in Craig.
The Wyman’s and their history. The Wyman’s moved to this area in 1900. Talk about an interesting family, with passions that led them onto accomplish more than most ever dream about.
The Craig Historic Walk (formerly ghost walk), is an event that offers the entire family the opportunity to get outside and learn the local history. Community volunteers memorize and perform short stories encapsulating local historic events. The stories are meant to be informative and fun.
The walking tour begins at the main staging location where a tour guide takes groups around to the different stations. The entire tour can take up to an hour and a half, depending on the number of stories scheduled. For those that are not able to do the walking tour, there is a sit-down performance with all the same stories and actors.
The stories are clean historical, and sometimes hysterical, fun. Painstaking effort goes into accurately portraying the historical event.
Come enjoy ‘History Come to Life’, with a dramatic flair and surrounded by a plethora of rare historic artifacts that Lou Wyman has been collecting for over 70 years! Many of our new stories will include tales of times and people who lived near the Museum. The Museum not only houses a main building, but several outbuildings and a live Elk!
We are searching for volunteers who enjoy history and have a passion for sharing it. Every year we try to step it up and have discovered we lack the people to do this. Please consider committing your talents and a small amount of time, to making this a success. We need not only performers, but guides, stagehands, and behind the scenes people. If you are interested, please send an email to:
We will be glad to share with you and answer any questions you may have.
Cost: $10 Cash Per Person Children 12 and Under Free with a Paying Adult
Saturday, October 1, 4:30 PM The only ‘seated’ performance.
Saturdays, October 1st & 8th – Walking tours starting at 5:00 pm, leaving every 15 minutes, with the last tour starting at 7:30.
Want to avoid the biggest groups? We recommend you attend the performance on the 1st because the second performance is usually the busiest. The entire experience will take about 2-1/2 hours.
Some changes for 2022. We have changed our name from Craig Historic Ghost Walk to Craig Historic Walk. Why the change? Although the program has not changed, we feel this better reflects what we do.
We are already preparing for our 2022 program which will be Saturday, October 1st & 8th. This year it will be held at the Wyman Living History Museum, just 3.3 Miles east of Craig on Hwy 40. What a special chance to enjoy history at its fullest. See highlights of the Wyman Museum here.
You’ve been part of the Historic Walk before? This will be our best season yet! We have many new stories as well as a few favorites from years past. Click here to see the stories for this year. With the backdrop of The Wyman Living History Museum, what more could you ask for?