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Let's Talk Ghost Stories

Oct 29, 2019
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Let's Talk New Mexico 10/31 podcast feeds at 9:10a: It’s Halloween, and according to folklore, the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead is slipping away. What better time to share ghost stories? We’ll be discussing the paranormal side of New Mexico, from modern visitations to traditional legends, as well as taking a look at why we are so fascinated by these supernatural tales. And we want to hear from you! Have you ever experienced a ghost sighting? What happened? Or do you just love ghost stories and want to share a few of your favorite? Why do you think people find these tales so compelling? Email Letstalk@KUNM.org or tweet us at #LetsTalkNM. We'll be broadcasting special coverage of the House's vote on the impeachment inquiry, so this episode of LTNM will be taped.

Teal Pumpkin Halloween

Oct 23, 2018
Anaphylactic Food Allergy Network New Mexico

The Children's Hour, 10/27 Sat. 9a: Halloween is supposed to be a little spooky, but for kids with food allergies, it can be justifiably terrifying. Learn how you can make trick or treating a fun for everyone. We’ll have ghost stories, a family events calendar, the Children’s Hour Birthday Club and so much more. 

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The Children's Hour's Spooky Scary Halloween Special starts at 9am Saturday Oct. 28. 

Mon. 10/31 at 11am: This is the first book of Ghost encounters of American Indians written by an American Indian. These are not second hand accounts. They are personal experiences told to the author by present day individuals who have witnessed spirits, and horrific hauntings throughout the southwest states of Arizona, California, Colorado and New Mexico.