Let's Talk about tales of the supernatural
Let's Talk New Mexico, 10/27, 8a: It’s the season of chilling stories, midnight monsters and ghostly emanations, and we are here for it. On this episode of Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll be looking into why ghost stories are so popular no matter the time of year, and how they can encourage us to learn more about our state, our culture and our own family.
And we want to hear YOUR stories as well- have you encountered a spooky interloper? An experience you just can’t explain? Are you troubled by strange noises in the middle of the night? We want to talk to you, so email us at email@example.com, or call in live during the show on Thursday, October 27th, starting at 8am. We’re ready to believe you.
- Nasario García, author of Brujas, Bultos y Brasas: Tales of Witchcraft and the Supernatural in the Pecos Valley
- Hannah Nordhaus, author of American Ghost: A Family's Extraordinary History on the Desert Frontier
- Julia C. Butler-Brown, owner of ABQ Tours, former ghost hunter
- Steven Emmons, KUNM Radio Operations Manager