At the Wolverton BBQ in Sequoia National Park, every day at six, the past comes alive. Voices of the past can be heard echoing across the Alpine Meadow and soon a Living History performer will appear in historic garb to entertain with tales from long ago.
This year 'Ghosts' include, George Smith, a miner from the Mineral King Silver boom, Alice Eastwood, a famous Botanist, Nate Hildebrande, a music teacher of children in the Kaweah Colony, a Utopian colony, and Doug, a Mule Packer and High Sierra guide.
This clip is a preview and introduction to some of these friendly ghosts who linger amongst the giant trees and spacious meadows. Listen closely and you may hear them whispering their long held secrets...