OST Full Show: Abandoned Atlanta Photography, Homeless Youth Trafficking, Dacre Stoker's 'Dracul'
Halloween week might be a time for imaging run-down, decrepit buildings, but they don’t scare photographer Jeff Hagerman. Having ventured inside these abandoned beauties with a camera, a flashlight and some gloves – Herman's resulting images now comprise his second book. Find out what he sees behind the closed doors you may pass on your daily commute.
On Second Thought for Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019.
A new study from Georgia State University looks at the extent to which homeless youth in Metro Atlanta are victims of human and labor trafficking. Dr. Eric Wright, professor and Chair of GSU Sociology Department, and Ana LaBoy, GSU Doctoral student and project manager for the Youth Homelessness Study, join On Second Thought to delve into the research.
The great grand-nephew of Bram Stoker, Dacre Stoker, is keeping the family writing tradition alive, or perhaps -- undead. Stoker shares why he wrote a prequel to his ancestor’s famous vampire novel, Dracula.
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