[Audio] Sinister Clown Will Scare, Spoil Local Targets, Last Week Of News
Humboldt Last Week includes quick local stories and typically ends with an interview or longer feature. Downloadable and on podcast networks for later listening.
In the latest episode of Humboldt Last Week (7:57)
Irene Caudill may not have much professional experience scaring others but she says raising four kids is “scary enough.” For Halloween this month the McKinleyville resident will dress up as a sinister clown in order to scare and spoil local targets while an assistant films.
“We’re just a family that loves to have fun and with my mom and aunt having cancer I’m trying to be able to be home with them and the kids and make sure my family has everything they need,” she said.
For $80 Caudill will conduct the scare, give out a dozen donuts and a red balloon, and then provide a video of the good-natured horror. Her contact information is here.
Also in Episode 100
The forthcoming exit of HSU’s President spawns mention of some top headlines during her tenure, the suspect in a viral Arcata arrest is hoping the public won’t be alarmed she’s been charged, some widespread attention on the unsolved killing of HSU student DJ Lawson, a local teacher won a national award, Humboldt Sports has a little hope for a possible return of HSU football, an alleged criminal comes out of the closet, the Friendly City is still not friends with cannabis, Ar…cat…a, fundraising for a memorial skatepark, Sacramento is likely embarrassed by two alleged criminals, Eureka will likely approve on-site cannabis consumption, sanctuary county costs make the news, Betty Chinn is a CNN hero, and more.
Humboldt Last Week also includes additional crime updates, some silliness, new music picks, event suggestions, more top stories, and social media giveaways. It additionally airs throughout the day Mondays on 99.1 KISS FM.