Juan Bonigno

KCRW Staff

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Happy Halloween! In honor of the spookiest holiday of the year, here are five of the creepiest and most demented(ish) things to listen to and do before you put on your costume.…

A KCRW Halloween 2016

Happy Halloween! In honor of the spookiest holiday of the year, here are five of the creepiest and most demented(ish) things to listen to and do before you put on your costume.…

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These stories take you into the unknown to explore the things that frighten and confound.

Here Be Monsters: 3 most unnerving episodes

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EXPERIENCE: VR Haunted Mansion Somewhere deep in Playa Vista, in some forsaken space (CTRL Collective), a group of miscreants have put together top-notch horrific experiences in VR…

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EXPERIENCE: VR Haunted Mansion Somewhere deep in Playa Vista, in some forsaken space (CTRL Collective), a group of miscreants have put together top-notch horrific experiences in VR…

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