I figured Harry Hamlin wasn't going to make it to the end of "Dancing With the Stars," but I didn't see him going this fast. Wow.
Is it me, or is Mario Lopez smug? Yeah, he can dance like nobody's business. But he smirks too much. And I think is shoe was untied Tuesday. I was watching. It looked like he tripped, I swear.
And how about Sebastian Bach showing up on "Celebrity Duets"? He revisited his Skid Row days in a duet with Hal Sparks. At one time, he also took an, ah, interesting turn in the title role(s) in "Jekyll and Hyde."
Curiouser and curiouser.
Ghost walk set
White Hall State Historic Site in Richmond will again be hosting its annual ghost walk Oct. 26-19. It features actors portraying members of the Cassius Marcellus Clay family. Clay was a famous emancipationist, newspaper publisher, minister to Russia, and friend to Abraham Lincoln, who lived in the home.
Clay's daughter, Laura Clay, was born at White Hall in 1849 and was politically active for women's suffrage and states' rights. In 1920, Laura Clay became the first woman to be nominated for U.S. president by a major political party.
The ghost walk is not a typical scary haunted house. Instead, it is more of a theatrical experience.
In certain rooms in the mansion and areas on the park grounds, actors from Eastern Kentucky University will portray scenes from the Clay family's life.
The ghost walk tours begin each night at 7 p.m. and run every 15 minutes through 10:30 p.m. Tour tickets are $10 each. Half the proceeds go to benefit the Eastern Kentucky University Scholarship Fund.
Guests can reserve tickets by calling the park at (859) 623-9178 or stopping by in person. Phone orders require a credit card.
Twenty people are the maximum for each tour through the mansion, located at 500 White Hall Shrine Road. White Hall is located off of I-75 at exit 95, approximately 2 miles off the exit ramp.