On Saturday afternoon we drove over to Lynchburg to visit the Historic Sandusky House. There was a guest speaker, Ms. Iceman. Ms. Iceman portrayed Mrs. Buggoughs who lived on a tobacco plantation down the road in Franklin County, which is now the Booker T. Washington National Park. Mrs. Burroughs told us the story of Hunter's Raid in Lynchburg and of the role the Sandusky house had in it. After listening to Mrs. Burroughs wonderful story telling, we were then able to tour the house, with an actual Hutter descendant!
Ms. Iceman researches, writes and performs historic programs for Booker T. Washington National Monument in Hardy, VA.