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Ross and Carrie Hunt Ghosts on the Queen Mary: EVP Mystery Edition

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The Queen Mary might be the most haunted place in Southern California... Or it might be an old, loud boat. But either way, Ross and Carrie join a seasoned paranormal investigator and a ragtag team of recruits on a five hour adventure, exploring the retired ship's secrets. They use EMF meters, EVP recorders, dowsing rods, and more, to try to contact the ship's most famous spirits. And they record a little mystery all their own.

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Walter Mosley, author of Known to Evil and more: interview on The Sound of Young America

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley is the author of more than 30 books in a broad variety of genres, but he's best known for his detective fiction. His Easy Rawlins series began with 1989's best-selling Devil in a Blue Dress. His latest series features a new hero, the pugnacious, middle-aged Leonid McGill. He just released the second novel featuring McGill, Known to Evil.

Before he was a novelist, Mosley was a computer programmer. Originally born in Los Angeles, Mosley spent time in the Bay Area before moving to New York City, where the McGill novels are set.

Jim Lehrer Interview: PBS Newshour Anchor and Author on The Sound of Young America

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Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Jim Lehrer

Jim Lehrer has anchored The Newshour on PBS for 35 years. He's also written 20 novels, the most recent of which is a charming mystery called Super. Lehrer talks with us about growing up in Kansas, his love of buses and trains, and the role of television journalism, and particularly public television journalism, in the 21st century. Super takes place on The Super Chief, one of the last American luxury trains. The Super Chief passed through Kansas, where Lehrer grew up; as a young man, Lehrer worked in a bus depot owned by the same company as the legendary train.

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