Happy Halloween From Lakeshore Public Radio!
We hope you’ll tune in to Lakeshore Public Radio for some great Halloween themed programming on October 31st, all day!
You’ll hear some spooky segments during NPR’s Morning Edition, Diane Rehm, Tell Me More, Here and Now, and All Things Considered.
Join us at Noon for “Haunts and Legends”, a special show highlighting the haunted areas in Northwest Indiana. Plus, we’ll learn about the history of these legends, and hear first-hand eye-witness experiences from Region Residents.
At 6pm, it’s the “War Of The Worlds: 75th Anniversary” special. We’ll celebrate Orson Welles’ most notorious radio broadcast in history with a 1-hour special.
At 7pm, Region native and master storyteller Jean Shepherd tells some tales.
At 8pm, we’ll share some Region ghost stories and fill up your candy bag with treats, which you can learn more about HERE…
At 9pm, it’s a special edition of The Midwest Beat with Tom Lounges, so tune in for some spooky songs!
At 10pm, you’ll hear an encore presentation of the “War Of The Worlds: 75th Anniversary” special. We’ll celebrate Orson Welles’ most notorious radio broadcast in history with a 1-hour special.
At 11pm, tune in for “American Spirit: A History of the Supernatural” with the American History Guys. With Halloween coming up, and vampires or zombies regularly topping the box office, it seems Americans can’t get enough of all things spooky. So this episode of BackStory delves deeper into our fascination with the supernatural, and explores why witches, spirits, and ghosts have haunted American history.
Thanks for tuning in to our Halloween Programs and fill up your bags with some of these great treats Lakeshore Public Radio has to offer! Just click HERE…