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Edgar Cayce's Hometown with Alissa Keller
Edgar Cayce's Hometown with Alissa Keller

Fri, Jun 10


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Edgar Cayce's Hometown with Alissa Keller

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Jun 10, 2022, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. EDT

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Edgar Cayce’s roots trace deep into Christian County in western Kentucky. Join Alissa Keller, executive director of the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County, to learn about Cayce’s life as a child, his family, and his experiences in his hometown. His early influences in Hopkinsville and Christian County contributed to his astonishing gifts and built the foundation that made him the most well-documented psychic of the 20th century. Keller will also share historic photographs from the collection of William T. Turner, local historian, to bring life to Cayce and his life in his hometown.

Alissa Keller was born and raised in Hopkinsville and graduated from Hopkinsville High School in 1999. She attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky where she earned a bachelor’s degree in history and English in 2003. Following graduation, she moved to Charleston, South Carolina in pursuit of a one year dose of Southern charm. This one year break stretched into an eight year holiday in which she worked as a tour guide, managed a walking tour company, drove a horse-drawn carriage, told hundreds of ghost stories, enjoyed amazing food, and earned a Master’s degree in historic preservation in 2011. She returned home to serve as the Executive Director of the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County in January 2012. Alissa serves on the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Historical Society. and formerly on the Board for the Dyslexia Association of the Pennyrile, on the Human Rights Commission, as a youth sponsor at First Christian Church, and on the board of the Kentucky Museum and Heritage Alliance. She loves to learn how to do all the things her grandmothers knew how to do – including, but not limited to, crocheting, knitting, quilting, cooking, baking pies, and making banana pudding.

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