In the third summer dispatch, in the wake of a massive heat-wave, News and Culture reporters venture to the limits of possibility. Charlie Nuermberger explores the story of an infant ghost in an abandoned mansion in western Maryland. Henry Moses speaks to New Jersey writer Bud Smith, acclaimed author of the new novel “Teenager.” Alan Plotz learns about the threat invasive species pose to our central New Jersey home. And Reina Coulibaly returns to News and Culture with the second part of her dispatch from an ashram in Sonoma, California.
This episode was directed and hosted by Adam Sanders. Reported, recorded, and produced by Charlie Nuermberger, Henry Moses, Alan Plotz, Reina Coulibaly, and Adam Sanders.