GCSC presents radio recreation of ‘War of the Worlds’ panic

Tony Simmons
 
| The News Herald

PANAMA CITY — In 1938, the great director and actor Orson Welles frightened scores of people with his broadcast of “War of the Worlds.” He’d updated the events for a modern-day radio show, and presented them as if they were happening live and being covered by radio station broadcasters.

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