Library hosting the virtual program “Legends and folklore of winter” | Local news

Chad Lewis – who has been featured on Discovery Channel’s “A Haunting”, William Shatner’s “Weird or What” and ABC’s “World’s Scariest Places, Monsters and Mysteries in America”, in addition to being a frequent contributor at Ripley’s Believe it or Not Radio – presents a virtual program for the Kenosha library system.

“Legends and Folklore of Winter” can be broadcast live from 2 pm to 3 pm Sunday (December 5). To sign up for the free streaming program, go to mykpl.info/events.

“Winter may seem like a quiet time, but it’s actually filled with bizarre tales and tales of superstitions,” Lewis said, citing “the spirits of winter, Krampus the anti-Santa Claus, stories of little people, 12 days of Christmas, werewolves, witches, people buried alive and many other holiday traditions for the darkest days of the year.

For nearly three decades, Lewis has traveled the roads of the world in search of the bizarre and the unusual.

Lewis, who has a master’s degree in psychology, has written over 25 books on the supernatural and regularly lectures on his fascinating findings.

“The more bizarre the caption, the more likely you’ll find me there,” he said.