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SCARE FM provides you with spine chilling, vintage, haunted "Old Time Radio", that originally aired in the early 1930's when TV was not an option. Our radio shows come from the archives of The Sealed Book, The Strange Doctor Weird, The Witch's Tale, The Blue Beetle, The Mysterious Traveler and a whole lot more. Don't be frightened ... Join us as we unravel mysteries only provided to you by SCARE FM.

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THE ORIGIN OF SUPERSTITION - 1935 The Origin of Superstition offers such truly enlightening and fascinating tales of superstitions that you will want to repeat them to all your friends. Why is Timmy afraid of the boogey man? Why does Aunt Ethel always carry a rabbit's foot around? Why doesn't papa ever open an umbrella in the house? Pick up your four leaf clover and keep an eye out for a shooting star, because this is going to be one show you won't want to miss EPISODE: "BREAK A MIRROR" RUN TIME: 35:00 ******************************************** TO ADVERTISE ON SCARE FM: http://scarefm.com ******************************************** SCAREFM.COM IS SPONSORED BY ... VIRTUAL SANTA - http://virtualsanta.com JON HYERS PROJECTION - http://jonhyersprojection.com SOUNDS OF TERROR - http://soundsofterror.com JON HYERS VISUAL EFFECTS - http://jonhyersvisualeffects.com VINTAGE ADS - http://vintageads.us HYDRATING BEADS - http://hydratingbeads.com PUMPKIN TEETH - http://pumpkin-teeth.com BACK FROM THE GRAVE - http://backfromthegrave.co ********************************************
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