$40 per person; general tickets go on sale March 30 (Bodie Foundation members can purchase on March 15) BODIE, that silent (except for breezes), sunshiny (except for clouds), and serene (pretty much all the time) spot, is well-beloved for its daytime dally-abouts. You might saunter by the I.O.O.F Hall under the bright light of the midday sun, or check out the Boone Store and Warehouse while awash in warm beams, or take a few photos of the firehouse as the afternoon shadows grow long. But the opportunity to call upon the spectacular, structure-filled slice of California history as evening deepens? It doesn’t happen very often, as any maven of the state historic park knows. But when the Bodie Foundation’s annual Ghost Walks float back into view, as they do in the summertime, you can bet that you’re looking at a sunset-spooky stroll, one that will delve into an eerier elements of the world-famous ghost town.