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The 15th Annual Haunted Halloween Arizona Spotlight!

Gather around the campfire for this year's collection of spooky seasonal stories!

AZ Spotlight Halloween page graphic

On Thursday, October 26th, There’s the signpost up ahead... Be sure to light the jack-o-lantern and turn up the radio for the 15th annual Haunted Halloween Arizona Spotlight!

Arizona Spotlight

October 26, 2023

(Download MP3)

monstrous unsized VIEW LARGER "Monstrous" by Carlyn Beccia.
carlyn beccia portrait Author, illustrator and journalist Carlyn Beccia.
  • Bram Stoker Award-winning writer Linda D. Addison shares the warning signs to watch for in “How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend."
Linda Addison unsized VIEW LARGER Author Linda D. Addison in the AZPM Studio.
Photo by Leah Britton
How to recognize a demon cover unsized VIEW LARGER Cover for Linda D. Addison's 2011 collection of poetry and short stories, "How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend."
  • And, explore the legacy of the 1922 Swedish silent movie “HAXAN”, also known as “Witchcraft Through the Ages”, with film essayist Chris Dashiell...
haxan unsized VIEW LARGER A still from Benjamin Christensen's 1922 film HAXAN.
Film Essays with Chris Dashiell spot Chris Dashiell is a regular contributor to Arizona Spotlight.

"On behalf of host Mark McLemore, production engineer Jim Blackwood, plus assistant producer Leah Britton, guest contributor Chris Dashiell and all things that go bump in the desert night, we wish everyone a very safe -- and very scary -- Halloween weekend!"

Webpage by Leah Britton.

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