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Living in a Haunted House

In the first half, Buck Wolf, senior correspondent and weird news editor for the Huffington Post, shared tales and adventures of his investigations into the strange. Followed by Open Lines.

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Living in a Haunted House

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Date: Saturday - September 17, 2011
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Gary Jansen, Kenneth Hanson, Brian Botterill

Author Gary Jansen talked about how he became a believer in ghosts after moving back into his childhood home and experiencing unexplainable things there. In the first hour, Judaic Studies professor Ken Hanson commented on the authenticity of the Jordan Codices, and Councillor Brian Botterill briefly discussed the motion he passed banning traffic cameras in Strathcona County, Canada.

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