Halloween on Surrey Sound

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There's scary stuff on Surrey Sound this Halloween.
Throughout the day we played a selection of spooky music and short stories.

From 6pm until the small hours, a special mix of scary and moody music together with a selection of short stories was broadcast.


You can hear the short stories again:

All I Saw Was Red   
(read by Jono Shep)  

Mummy's Home   
(read by Jono Shep) 

Pretending to be asleep   
(read by Jono Shep) 

The Chair   
(read by Trudi Torrance)  

The Ghost at Home   
(read by Jono Shep)  

This Isn't a Story   
(read by Jono Shep)  

What's in the Basement?  
(read by Kaden Clegg) 

Yeeeees 
(read by Tess Lewsey)  



On Philip Grant's morning show between 11am and midday, he looked at some of the stranger ghostly songs and the folk legends behind them (in place of the usual Summer of Love feature).

There was also a review of the new Exorcist TV series (written by Bertie Collins).


Philip Grant on a good day!
On Tess Lewsey's show (12-2pm), Luca Scurr explained why he has to see Ghostbusters every Halloween 

Also, Ellie Conway talked about the resident ghost at the Fox and Hounds pub in South Godstone.


Madame Lewsey the Spider Witch

Surrey Sound is a ghostly division of Action Broadcast Company Ltd (formally Broadcast Training Ltd). 
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