This special, skin-crawling episode of WRIR's weekly audio news digest explores spiritualism and early ghost hunting with Sean Kane of the American Civil War Center at Tredegar. We also talk with chiller film expert Doc Gillespie and the James River Film Society's Jeff Roll about the art of the horror movie. And we speak with paranormal investigators Big Ray Rucker and KB Ballos of "Ghost Raps" about their attempts to document the ectoplasmic entities of Richmond.
Don't be frightened. Click here to listen to the Oct. 26, 2012 podcast of Open Source RVA.
Your ghoulish hosts are Chris Dovi, Don Harrison and Amy Daniel. Your devilish producers are Jay Westermann and Gabi Schatzi. Your ethereal board op is Rachel Soloman.
Don't forget to join us every Friday at 4PM for Open Source RVA. You can locate the show by pointing the K2 meter to 97.3 FM or by logging on with an EMF detector at WRIR.org.
And here are links to previous episodes of OSRVA. You say you missed one? Now, that's scary.
Oct. 26 - Spiritualism, horror films, ghost hunting - the Halloweek installment
Oct. 19 - School expulsions, Yes! Dance Invitational and political fact-checking
Oct. 12 - Richmond Symphony contract dispute, mountaintop coal mining
Oct. 5 - Regional cooperation, windowless apartments
Sept. 28 - Co-Housing, SOL scores, Richmond's musical history
Sept. 21 - Richmond Folk Festival, abortion clinics pt. 2
Sept. 14 - Abortion clinics pt. 1, open government, Mayoral candidate Michael Ryan
Sept. 7 - The Route 5 controversy