Bigfoot Has A Museum And We've Got The Song Of The Week, This West Virginia Morning


On this West Virginia Morning, with Halloween this weekend, we share one of our spooky stories from this weekend’s episode of Inside Appalachia. Central West Virginia has a new monster museum that pays tribute to Bigfoot.

Also, in this show, Marshall University has named Kenova, West Virginia native and Intuit Board Chairman Brad Smith as its next president.

And this week’s Mountain Stage Song of the Week is brought to us by Afie Jurvanen, who performs under the name Bahamas. We listen to his song, “Trick to Happy” featured on his latest release, Sad Hunk.

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West Virginia Morning is produced with help from Curtis Tate, David Adkins, Eric Douglas, Jessica Lilly, June Leffler, Liz McCormick, Roxy Todd and Shepherd Snyder.

Andrea Billups is our news director. Eric Douglas is our producer.

Teresa Wills and Chuck Anziulewicz are our hosts.

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