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'Fright Night' Calls

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Date: Friday - May 4, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines

After reading the supposedly true account of Yeter Yildirim, a 15-year-old Turkish girl who had three snakes living in her stomach, George invited listeners to share their own 'Fright Night' stories.

One caller recounted a story about her parents, who she said encountered 'demons' while house-sitting for a friend 22 years ago. Another caller claimed to have seen the ghost of a little boy while hunting with his father. He said other hunters have also seen the apparition.
Robert shared his theory regarding the Boogie Man. He believes the nightm

arish creature is actually a shadow person. Chris in Columbus, Ohio told George he thought the Sounds of Hell could be a recording of people riding on a rollercoaster.

Elizabeth from Carlisle, Ontario described seeing a pair of eerie green eyes staring at her in a darkened bathroom. Kevin recalled the time he lived in an old house on Summit Avenue in St. Paul. One day after hearing a large door slam repeatedly, he realized the home was haunted.

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Bumper music from Friday May 04, 2007

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