Naked Haunted Houses & America’s Most Haunted Cities
It’s Halloween week and we’ve gone a little crazy here at Ripley Radio, the official radio program of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Spooky and weird, but true, that’s what we’re all about. To really get us in the haunting mood, we visit with Patrick Konopelski, owner of Shocktoberfest, the Sinking Spring, Pa.’s popular haunted adventure that this year is offering a “Naked and Scared Challenge.” He’ll tell us how he got the idea and how much grief he is getting from local authorities. We also hear from TAP’s Ghost Hunter star Amy Bruni as she visits with Ralf while in St. Augustine Fla., in search of the paranormal.
ALSO ON THIS EPISODE:
- We return to Barry Anderson’s Ghoul School this week and learn that the mad professor’s passion for the macabre often turns into a way of helping criminal investigation authorities teach their own and solve crimes
- Scott and Sprout, representing Florida’s Peace River Ghost Tracker group are in the studio with us to talk about their adventures
- Journalist Penny Musco set out to find America’s most haunted cities, and she’s hear to report her findings
- Ralf and Angela report on some fun facts about Halloween and how the bonfire and the Jack Lantern got their names.
We have a lot of fun this week with creepy and silly music and we just had to end the show with a Halloween classic. Bobby Boris Picket provides our musical egress this week with the original, and still the best version ever of “Monster Mash.”