Program 304a: Haunted Europe; Haunted America; Sweet Tooth
Release Date: 10-31-2015
Listeners tell us about eerie encounters they've had while traveling in England and France. Then ghost hunter Terrance Zepke describes some of the most haunted places she's investigated in the US, including a former asylum in Appalachia, and even a haunted nightclub near Cincinnati. And food blogger Kate Hopkins delves into the bittersweet history of candy, and shares tips for finding the best chocolates in Europe.
- Terrance Zepke, author of "A Ghost Hunter's Guide to the Most Haunted Places in America" (Safari Publishing)
- Kate Hopkins, author of "Sweet Tooth: The Bittersweet History of Candy" (St. Martin's Press)
- Rick writes about some of the most interesting cemeteries you can visit in Europe.
- Terrance Zepke's website and blog includes tips for easy Halloween decorating and party recipes.
- Terrance Zepke has written a series of "Ghost Hunter's Guides" to the most haunted places in America, the most haunted hotels and inns in America, and spookiest lighthouses and spookiest battlefields.
- The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum offers heritage and ghost tours of the site in Weston, West Virginia.
- There are several walking tours of the Portland, Oregon Underground Shanghai Tunnels. Information on the history of the tunnels is included on the Legends of America website.
- The Pirate's House is a popular restaurant and historical site in Savannah, Georgia, which Terrance suggests for a child-appropriate "haunted site."