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In the spirit of Halloween, Beth Saunders discusses paranormal photography on this week’s episode. From William Mummler’s famous “ghost” photo of Abraham Lincoln to the unsolved mystery of Ted Serios and the “Thought Photographs” see what you can figure out on this special episode.  Check out the images in the UMBC archive. Some of the Serios images and information can be searched online as well.

Beth has worked for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is currently the curator and Head of Special Collections and Gallery at the Albin O. Kuhn Library at University of Maryland Baltimore County. She also oversees UMBC’s photography, rare book, and archival collections. Stay tuned for her reappearance on November 28th as she talks about the Library Archives. Learn more about Beth and her work on her LinkedIn, UMBC profile, and her work on The Current.

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