A ghoulishly good time

Item by Jim Bishop

Greetings, boys and ghouls!
We’re coming up on that howlingly delightful time of year, Halloween, and to prepare you as best we can for diminutive ghosts and goblins to come knocking on your door, this week’s edition of the “Friday Night Jukebox” on WEMC will dig up a crypt of “monster hits” from the golden grooveyard.
Join host Jim (I Want My Mummy) Bishop for an invasion of flying saucers, little blue men, witch doctors, purple people eaters and other musical apparitions. It’s no trick, just musical treats, on the “Friday Night Jukebox,” shrieking your way 9 p.m. Friday on WEMC, 91.7 FM.
But wait, we’re digging up more musical mayhem.
This month’s edition of the “Warped Records Show” unleashes two hours of tingling tunes and monster hits with Jim (The Headless Horseman) Britt and Jim (Graveyard Shift) Bishop, 10 a.m.-noon Monday on News Radio 550, WSVA.
Good night, whatever you are …!



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