True-to-Life Horror Stories

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theater w chairOn Halloween people go out and about wearing zombie-ghost-vampire costumes, but the disability community knows the true-to-life reality of terror.  In this program, we invited callers to tell stories of medical mistakes, bone-rattling trauma and nightmare drugs.

We also talk to Larry Hall, a homeless advocate in Santa Rosa, about “The Day of the Homeless Dead,” a procession honoring the many who have died unsheltered and alone in Sonoma County.

The veil between the worlds is thin as the Day of the Dead slowly emerges.  Today, we honor the experience of homeless deaths and our many horror stories.  

Sheela Gunn-Cushman, Shelley Berman and Adrienne Lauby led the parade of specters.

Original Air Date  10-31-14

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