The Greenbrier Historical Society and the North House Museum announce graveyard tours in the Old Stone Church Cemetery and the Pointer Cemetery Friday, Oct. 2 and Friday, Oct. 16.\r\nWalk among the graves in these two cemeteries and listen to the captivating stories of historic Lewisburg townsfolk where they are laid to rest. Local community actors will portray these townsfolk and tell their stories. In order of appearance:\r\n\u2022 Dr. William Parks Rucker, \u201cBridge Burner,\u201d was a complete rascal who was the second most hated man in Virginia, after President Lincoln. Portrayed by Derek Teaney.\r\n\u2022 David Creigh, \u201cGreenbrier Martyr,\u201d was hanged for protecting his home against Union marauders. Portrayed by Larry Davis.\r\n\u2022 Isabella and James Caldwell, \u201cThe Strangling Angel of Children,\u201d lost three daughters in three weeks to diphtheria. Portrayed by Kelly Kemp and George Piasecki.\r\n\u2022 Dick Pointer, \u201cAfrican American Frontier Hero,\u201d was honored for his bravery in the defense of Fort Donnally. Portrayed by Jay Jones.\r\n\u201cThis is my third year doing historic tours for the Greenbrier Historical Society and the North House Museum,\u201d said writer and director Pamela Barry. \u201cWe live in an amazing small town with a very rich history. It is so much fun to bring it all to life for everyone to see and enjoy.\u201d\r\n\u201cThe Greenbrier Historical Society is proud to sponsor Barry\u2019s historic dramas. Pamela\u2019s meticulously researched work supports the society\u2019s mission to educate and enlighten the public about the history of the Greenbrier area,\u201d said Toni Ogden, North House museum and education coordinator.