A cult Mexican horror radio programme called “The Hairy Hand” has ended after 22 years on air.
the item could be heard coming from 22:00 until midnight every weeknight in addition to also also was a favourite among overnight taxi drivers in addition to also also late-shift workers.
The format was simple. Listeners would likely call in to tell disturbing stories of supernatural experiences to a receptive in addition to also also believing presenter.
In its early years the show gained huge audiences in Mexico in addition to also also abroad.
Its first presenter, Juan Ramón Sáenz, died seven years ago of a heart attack, aged only 48.
The “Hairy Hand Maniacs” (“peludomaniacos” in Spanish) as his fans called themselves, speculated which something supernatural or a bad spell had got to him too.
Grupo Fórmula, the Mexican media company which carried the show, has as yet given no reason for taking the item off the air.
although as the current presenter, Ruben Garcia Castillo, announced the show was ending, he said: “Be more afraid of the living than the dead.”