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Program 1807

1. Zombies Over Louisville
2. PINK—Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky
3. Voices of Elmwood
4. Edgar Cayce—The Sleeping Prophet
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Jefferson County

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Zombie Attack Walk on the Web

Producer: Frank Simkonis
Videographers: John Schroering, Warren Mace

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Zombies Over Louisville

Meet the ghoulish characters who congregate on Bardstown Road for the annual Louisville Zombie Attack.

More than 5,000 people in gruesome makeup and tattered zombie costumes participate, making the event one of the largest zombie walks in the United States. The zombie walk, which is in its eighth year, began as a birthday celebration for three friends who share the same birthday with Michael Jackson, and word of mouth helped to bring in more participants over the years.

The event happens each August 29 with thousands of zombies stopping traffic and playfully menacing everyone in their paths.

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Campbell County

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Paranormal Investigators of Northern Ky.

Producer: John Schroering
Audio:Noel Depp

PINK—Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky

Dave Shuffett spends some time with the Paranormal Investigators of Northern Kentucky, known as PINK, an organization that observes, documents and tries to find explanations—natural or otherwise—for claims of paranormal activity. They investigate sites in the Northern Kentucky area as well as southwest Ohio and southeast Indiana.

The PINK team uses a wide range of technology, including infrared cameras, digital audio recorders, and environmental measurement devices. Their website says the PINK team "endeavors to educate, validate, and bring peace of mind to individuals and businesses who are troubled by hauntings."

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Daviess County

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Article about Voices of Elmwood

Producer: Frank Simkonis
Videographer: John Bacon, Angelic Phelps
Audio: Roger Tremaine
Editor: Steve Bailey

Voices of Elmwood

Voices of Elmwood is a historical re-enactment of sorts. Owensboro and Daviess County citizens buried at Elmwood Cemetary in Owensboro are portrayed by local actors who tell their stories.

For the first three weeks in October, at 6 each Friday and Saturday evening, patrons are taken on an hour-long ride aboard hay wagons, and make 10 historic stops along the way. At each stop a "cemetery citizen" dressed in period-appropriate costume tells his or her story. Wagons depart each half-hour.

Voices of Elmwood is a collaboration between the Owensboro Museum of Science and History and the Daviess County Public Library. Tickets are purchased at the museum. More than 75 community volunteers help create and present the events that bring history to life.

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Christian County

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Edgar Cayce's Association for Research and Enlightenment

Producer: Dave Shuffett
Videographer: John Schroering
Audio: Roger Tremaine
Editor: Kelly Campbell

Edgar Cayce—The Sleeping Prophet

Dave Shuffett investigates the life of Hopkinsville native and world-famous clairvoyant Edgar Cayce (1877-1945).

Cayce gave psychic "readings" during more than 40 years of his adult life to thousands of seekers. While in an unconscious (sleeping) state, he diagnosed illnesses and revealed lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come. Cayce’s clients included Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Edison, and George Gershwin.

Cayce founded a nonprofit organization, the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 1931. Its purpose is "to explore spirituality, holistic health, intuition, dream interpretation, psychic development, reincarnation, and ancient mysteries"—all subjects that frequently came up in the more than 14,000 documented psychic readings given by Cayce.

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