Charleston Rabbi Finds Solac e in Acts of Kindness Following Pittsburgh Tree of Life Shooting

Oct 31, 2018

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On this West Virginia Morning, the shooting at a Pittsburgh Synagogue last weekend sent shockwaves across the country, and in West Virginia. Roxy Todd sat down with Victor Urecki, the rabbi at B’Nai Jacob Synagogue in Charleston, for his thoughts on moving ahead in the wake of the tragedy.

Also on today's show, we’ll hear about a spooky place in southern West Virginia you can experience yourself. An old, single-lane railroad tunnel in Mingo County has been the subject of scary stories for decades. Molly Born ventures inside the Dingess Tunnel to find out what exactly makes the place so unsettling.

That story and more are available on the latest Halloween themed episode of Inside Appalachia.

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