A mystery over time becomes a legend, and a legend grows in the telling . . .
It was Halloween night 1906 in the Blue Ridge mountains when one of the students from the Biltmore Forest School disappeared. His name was Tommy Hodges.
Friday, October 20 @6:30pm, 7:45pm, and 9:00pm
Saturday, October 21@6:30pm, 7:45pm, and 9:00pm
Outdoor Drama Details:
- Outdoor drama along a paved, wheelchair accessible one-mile Biltmore Campus Trail.
- New storyline written each year.
- Audience walks the trail from scene to scene
- Meet characters from the historic Pink Beds community
- Hear stories, some based on the diaries of students of the Biltmore Forest School from 1903-1907.
- Warm clothing, walking shoes and flashlights recommended.
- Hot cider and cookies provided after each show.
General Event Information: Call (828) 877-3130 for details and updates. Event times are 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Event admission (unless noted) is $5.00 for ages 16 and up, free for youth. America the Beautiful and Golden Age passports are honored. What’s included: everything the site has to offer that day, including historic buildings, indoor and outdoor exhibits, trail tours when available, and over 3 miles of paved trails fit for wheelchairs and strollers that put the forest at one’s fingertips.