from Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 6:00 AM
|Happy Halloween! Joy Cardin speaks to several guests this hour about different aspects of this spooky holiday-its ancient origins, what costumes are popular this year, some of the most haunted spots in Wisconsin, and what scary books will get you in the mood for Halloween.
-Edmund Kern, Associate Professor of History at Lawrence University in Appleton, with expertise in the history of superstition, witchcraft, and religious culture
-Mike Flint, owner of Mallatt's Pharmacy in Madison
-Chad Lewis, a paranormal researcher, author, and lecturer
-Becky Spratford, Readers' Advisory Librarian at the Berwyn Public Library in IL, Adjunct Faculty at Dominican University's Graduate School of Library and Information Science, and author of The Readers Advisory Guide to Horror 2nd Edition
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