Ghost Stories

Halloween is all about candy and scary. Candy adds calories, scary burns them. So, on my recent Cucina Chatter radio show, we went for the healthier subject matter ….I think.

My pal Scott Randolph is a filmmaker by day and tells ghost stories by night. While filming the documentary “Ghost Tours of New Hope,” Scott became so enthralled by the phenomenon that he decided to lead tours as well. He came to the radio station to chat on air with me about his experience.

Scott Randolph holding the original "Ghosts in the Valley" by Adi-Kent Thomas Jeffery. Pictured on the table from left to right are: "Haunted Village and Valley," "More Ghosts in the Valley," and "Ghosts in the Valley"

The attached podcast also includes Jim Vanore‘s scary mail order ordeal, Rhonda Fink-Whitman‘s Dead See Scrolls review, Paul Perrello’s conversation over a Cup of Espresso with author/playwright Matthew Quick, and a special invitation to the annual Silent Auction to assist A Baby’s Breath Crisis Pregnancy Center.

Somewhere in the midst of the conversation we manage to work in food because we talk about many things at the kitchen table but it always comes back to food.

Mangia & Enjoy!

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