Oct 31, 2013
On the show
this week we have a ghost story with an ending I never saw coming.
Also, we have a Halloween poem called The Hag. The verse was
written by Robert
Herrick in 1648. Herrick was born in Cheapside, London in
1591. He took holy orders in 1623 and in 1629 he became vicar of
Dean Prior in
Devonshire. It is hard to imagine a proper cleric writing of
witches and ghosts, but he did. The poem was read by...well let’s
just keep that secret and the music and sound effects were done
This week’s story is a good one and like most of the tales that we have played this month comes from the Mysterious Traveler. This time we meet a man who wants to know what is on the other side and is willing to do anything to find out. It is called “I Died Last Night” and first aired on April 25, 1950.
Twitter Update: We had a total of eight new followers this week which is a record. These included - S'busiso Khuzwayo @blaqkingnothron, Laura and Janet @TarotBitches, Brian Johnston @Bjohn3022, Janet Boyer @JanetBoyer, Dayna Smith @daynasnews, Jim Harold @ParanormalPdcst, A Cays @a_cays and Stephan Simard @titnatnat