A group of young women are enjoying a girls night out on a sleigh ride. Singing songs from holiday tunes to the racy, new, swing music… gasp! They encounter trouble as they ride through a cemetery, with most of the grave stones buried under the blanket of white.
Unnerved by their irreverent behavior, especially in such a hallowed place for the dead, worries creep in that bad things will happen. Those are just superstitious thoughts… right? Everybody knows there are no such things as ghosts.
An accident means the girls will need to seek medical help, and fortunately there’s a doctor near by. Strange things keep on coming, spiraling out of control, but it’s all just in their minds… isn’t it? There’s a perfectly logical and scientific explanation for the weird events… right? Maybe in the real world, but this is… rights Out.
- Keith tells about the coming streamlining of the archived shows, and the need to downgrade the server. Don’t worry. The bills are paid, and there’s a budget to keep things going, just not on the higher capacity server that has hosted the podcast lately. Want to help keep things going, or even improve? Click that piggy bank ico, or use the Amazon search boxes when you’re in the mood for doing your regular online shopping.
- Benny Goodman 1930 Ten Cents a Dance. (Vocals: Ruth Etting)