Connie Kingrey Anderson

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After working at Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta, followed by six years in Los Angeles running an independent film and video company, Anderson moved back to her native Minnesota. That’s when she created Movies for the Ear®, audio programs with actors, sound effects and musical scores by an award-winning film composer. The first Creepers Mysteries episode aired nationally on Radio AAHS, the predecessor to Radio Disney, on Halloween night 1995. In 1999, Haunted Cattle Drive won the Audie Award for Best Original Production from the Audio Publishers Association. It was featured in Good Housekeeping magazine and was released under the Good Housekeeping Ki

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Gatherings with friends and family are ideal times to put on a Movie for the Ear using Creepers Mysteries. Grandmas, cousins, parents, kids and friends all take on roles using the script in the back of the book. Go to the "Fun Stuff" page on the Creepers Mysteries website. Download the free movie poster after you've typed your names into the spa... Read more of this blog post »
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“ the middle of the field, Harry suddenly stopped and looked back. Mr. Chad was all alone in the creepy woods. He could take care of himself...couldn't he? Of course he could, he was a teacher.”
Connie Kingrey Anderson, Toadies

“Yup, we'll start driving these ill-tempered, longhorn cattle through wild and desolate country. There's coyotes and rattle snakes. There's the blistering sun, blinding dust storms, and wild rivers to cross. Then sometimes, just sometimes, there's a double-crossing, thieving cowboy riding right along beside you. And you don't know it until it's too late.”
Connie Kingrey Anderson, Haunted Cattle Drive

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