October 30, 2012 | Culture
Have you ever heard footsteps in your house or had the feeling that someone was with you – even though you know you're home alone and the doors are locked? Many of us have had strange experiences we try to shrug off. Utah State University folklorist Lynne McNeill says we're simply intrigued by the unexplainable though and telling stories help us try to make sense of it all. So Tuesday, we're telling some of Utah's ghost stories and asking why they endure in a supposedly rationale world.
- Lynne McNeill, Department of English/Folklore, Utah State University
- Linda Dunning, Author of a series on haunted Utah including: Ghost Lights; Restless Spirits; Lost Landscapes; Specters in Doorways
- Nannette Watts, Tour Guide, Salt Lake City Ghost Tours
We ran out of time before we could play all of our ghost stories, but we've collected the ones that didn't make it on air for your listening enjoyment. Thanks to everyone who contributed!