WNUF TV28 PRESENTS FRANK STEWART INVESTIGATES: HALLOWEEN Cassette
Orange Cassette Shell + 1 Bonus Track
Available for the first time since 1987, Terror Vision Records is proud (albeit, slightly uneasy) to release the ghastly promotional album, WNUF TV28 presents Frank Stewart Investigates: HALLOWEEN.
This truly bizarre spoken word record was introduced after WNUF personality Frank Stewart and his guests disappeared during the infamous live broadcast of his WNUF HALLOWEEN SPECIAL in October 1987. The initial vinyl album was compiled and produced by WNUF staff to help fund search efforts for all of the missing parties.
Now, Terror Vision Records, in conjunction with the steadfast archivists at Midnight Crew Studios, is delivering an exclusive re-issue of this notorious record.
SIDE ONE features rare audio recordings of Frank Stewart's cutting-edge investigative reporting. Formerly a silver-tongued disc jockey, Frank joined the WNUF staff in 1984. His skeptic take on ghoulies, ghosties, and long-legged beasties were highlighted in his classic Halloween news packages. The rare clips heard here are audio excerpts from some of Stewart's most memorable on-air news segments. Didn't get a chance to see Stewart investigate the haunted laundromat, where clothes folded themselves and underwear disappeared? Well, now here's your chance! Weren't around to listen as Frank hunted down the River Hill Sheepsquatch in the dead of night? You're in for a real treat!
SIDE TWO showcases fascinating occult analysis from everyone's favorite paranormal research couple, Dr. Louis Berger and his wife, Claire. These unusual first-hand accounts were plucked from the Bergers' extremely hard-to-find 1976 LP, "Sounds of the Spirit Word." Listen closely as the Bergers document gruesome stories of Scottish banshees and disco boogeymen, and even give you step-by-step instructions on how to conduct your own seance!
While authorities have long since given up the search for Frank Stewart, Terror Vision Records is keeping hope alive with this exclusive release. If you have fond memories of Frank Stewart, WNUF TV-28, or even Halloween in general, we recommend you get your claws on this creepy record.