WireTap | Oct 27, 2012 | 26:30

Murder on the WireTap Express (2012 Halloween Encore)

Gregor markets a talking Howard Doll that he thinks is to die for. Trouble is, he may be all too right... Plus, a 1940s-style radio drama that will give you the jitters, and lonely hearts seek love through Halloween "missed connections," and a paranormal investigator from Haunted Hamilton walks us through the most haunted house in Canada.

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