Halloween

Sunday Headlines
10:08 am
Sun November 2, 2014

Senate Candidates Stump In Cornelius

North Carolina’s US Senate candidates are counting down the hours to Election day Tuesday. Incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis both brought their campaigns to Cornelius Saturday in hopes of getting out the vote.

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Charlotte Talks
12:00 am
Thu October 31, 2013

Zombies!

Zombie talk show producer Alexia preys on Mike Collins. We're talking ZOMBIES this morning! Makeup artist Katie Bearden made over Alexia this morning into the undead.

If you happen to be among the undead you are rotting at a great time because being a zombie has never been more popular. Zombies are everywhere, from literature to films and even in University classrooms. The Walking Dead continues to be one of the most popular shows on television and Charlotte itself has many zombie related events this year. On this Halloween day we will look at the history of the zombie, the incredible rise in popularity of the undead and the many iterations of zombies in popular culture. Tune in, even if one of your fingers fall off.

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Charlotte Talks
5:35 am
Wed October 31, 2012

Real Life Ghostbusers And Costume Culture

Jason Porter, left, and Mat Owens run Carolina Paranormal Society and join us today.
Credit Carolina Paranormal Society

Part One: Carolina Paranormal Society. On this Halloween edition of Charlotte Talks, when something goes bump in the night and you can't explain that strange noise in the basement, who you going to call? The Carolina Paranormal Society! This non-profit organization of real life "Ghostbusters" researches and investigates evidence of paranormal phenomenon using scientific methods. We'll talk with the founders of the Carolina Paranormal Society about what they've seen and why they belive.

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Commentary
12:00 pm
Thu November 3, 2005

A Low Maintenance Halloween

(10/31/05) Some people can't wait until Halloween. After all, it's a time to binge on Kit Kats and play dress up. But WFAE commentator Kristin Sherman says she wishes the holiday weren't so high maintenance.