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Historic Preservation Month: Spectres of Benton County Past, Part II

The theme of 2022's Historic Preservation Month in Benton County is "More Than Ever, This Place Matters."

Spectres of Benton County Past, Part II

This year, the Benton County Historic Resources Commission is again partnering with Conundrum House to bring the past to life through a mystery adventure game, "Spectres of Benton County Past, Part II."

Enjoy Part I of Spectres of Benton County Past, which was created through the fantastical imagination and technological wizardry of Adrienne Fritze and Mark van der Pol of Conundrum House, a local Corvallis business dedicated to the art of fun through games. Spectres is historically factual with a twist of fiction. Replay the first season of Spectres - or discover it for the first time! - during the month of April at Spectres.ConundrumHouse.com. The second season of Spectres starts May 7th and a new episode will release on the 14th and the 21st, with a culminating grand finale at the Corvallis Museum on the 28th.

This game is free and open to all ages. The game is a family friendly event and, since it can be played entirely online, you can share this fun and exciting event with family and friends from other communities and states. Sign up for the game here.

Grand Finale

The Grand Finale of the game will take place at the Corvallis Museum (411 SW 2nd St. Corvallis, OR, 97333) at 5:30 p.m. This event is free, but registration is required. Register here.

For more information about Historic Preservation Month, visit the Benton County webpage, and our blog post.


Spectres of Benton County Past, Part II
Starts: May 07, 2022

Ends: May 28, 2022

Time: 5pm

Admission: Free

Location: Various Locations
Corvallis, OR 97330

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