“An urgent voice comes through your speaker… It warns you to run… And then a blood curdling scream fills your ears!
No, it’s not a podcast. From the 1930s through the 1950s, radio was a place where many Americans turned to get scared out of their minds. For our next Jerome Unplugged event, we’ll learn a little about radio drama, as well as listen to some of the 1938 War of the Worlds broadcast that scared a nation. We’ll also have a chance to do an interactive reading of scripts from the 1955 show, STRANGE.
Join us on October 24th from 7-9pm for some seasonally appropriate fun in Jerome Library’s Pallister Conference Room.