West Chicago's oldest cemetery to come alive with stories, music at annual event
WEST CHICAGO – On most nights, Oakwood Cemetery in West Chicago is quiet.
The city’s oldest cemetery is home to the graves of more than 1,545 West Chicago residents who were born as long ago as the late 1700s.
But on one night in October each year, the cemetery comes alive with candlelight, music and guests, as stories are shared of the dead who are no longer able to tell the tales themselves.
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