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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Unsolved Mysteries to haunt Park Ave CDs this week

Posted By on Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 2:58 PM

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The iconic theme song of '80s supernatural-meets-true-crime television show Unsolved Mysteries will be hauntingly familiar to music fans "of a certain age" within just a few synthesized notes. And this weekend, fans of all ages will have a chance to face their sonic fears down during a listening party for a deluxe vinyl reissue of all the music from the Robert Stack-hosted scarefest.

Savannah-based Graveface Records offshoot Terror Vision is releasing an LP of incidental music from the TV series – containing the theme song(s) and music written for ghost-related episodes. And local record store Park Ave CDs is throwing a listening party later this week that will also feature a ghost tour of the store led by a guide from American Ghost Adventures.



The Unsolved Mysteries Listening Party and Ghost Tour is this Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Park Ave CDs. The event is free.

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