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Tonight on THE SHADOW HOUR: Sandy Bates Emmons from the haunted Freestone County Historical Museum

The Shadow Hour

Posted by Chris Walden

10:00 PM CST, TONIGHT:  It’s that time of the week… time to ease into your favorite chair, sit back and relax as we explore the sublime world of the strange, the odd, and the unusual. It’s time once again for… The Shadow Hour.

Sandy Bates Emmons works with the Freestone county Historical Museum in Texas.  In her time with the museum she has encountered a number of haunted events related to the buildings and the artifacts.  She’ll tell us more about her experiences and what she believes they mean.

As always, the lines will be open and we encourage you to call in with your questions. The call in number for tonight’s show is (347) 826-9662 or call toll-free at (877) 867-0829.

Listen right here with our blogtalkradio widget in the sidebar. You can listen to past broadcasts at any time, or tune in every Wednesday at 10pm Central for the live broadcast. See you in the shadows…


  1. Kathy Bradshaw

    I have family artifacts at this Museum I think. I am realated to the Tyus, Fails families. Could you find out if my ancestors have items there on display. We grew up in Fairfield,Teague,and the Mexia TX area.
    Thanks and I look forward to listening to you and Chris tonight. Cool!

    April 27, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    • Sandy Emmons

      Do you know what the artifacts are? There are two museums in Freestone County.Freestone County Historical Museum is in Fairfield and the other museum is in Teague (B&RI Railroad Museum). I have heard the Tyus name.

      Thanks for tuning in tonight.

      April 27, 2011 at 7:32 pm