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Spectrum of Innovation October Episode

October is typically filled with talk of ghosts and goblins, and our October episode of Spectrum of Innovation is no exception! This month we take a look at Riverside County’s most haunted places! We are also bringing awareness to learning disability month, and you’ll find out what’s happening in the fastest growing city in Riverside County – Menifee and more! Spectrum of Innovation – Riverside County’s Source for News & Information!

Impact Stories:

Paranormal Activity 
There is no shortage of actual accounts of ghostly encounters stories in Riverside County. Here are some links to explore – are you a believer or a skeptic?
You can tour the Patterson House, go book shopping at Downtowne Booksore or check in to a room at the Palomar Hotel ! In Riverside – One of the most haunted hotels is the Mission Inn …check in to see if any spirits appear.
For more about paranormal investigations contact CalParra .
More spookiness:
EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) of a child laughing at Downtowne Bookstore.
EVPs from Craig Owens can be found here along with his book.
Orbs seen at the Patterson House.

Need to Know

Need help finding low gas prices near you? Go to Gas Buddy  for help.
The Murrieta Innovation Center  is working to bring more high-tech jobs to Southwest Riverside County.
Incoming Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Emily Falappino is leading the business community into the future.
The City of Menifee is growing exponentially. You can tour the new City Hall at the Grand Opening and learn more about what’s happening with the City here.

Hack of the Month

Get decorating for Halloween! More info for Jack O’lantern projects are here:
Pineapple Jack O’lantern
Painting Pumpkins
Sugar-Skull Pumpkin ideas
More pumpkin decorating hacks

Preview YouTube video How to Carve a Pineapple Jack-o’-Lantern | Halloween Decor
Learning Disabilities Month
You can find out more about learning disabilities and available resources here. This article explains how blue trick-or-treat buckets are being used to raise autism awareness.

In the Know

You can keep updated on the I-15 connector project here 15project.info
Links to the community events we mention in the show:
JDS Creative Academy Haunted Studio
Temecula Clean Up
RANCHO DAMACITAS’ PANCAKE BREAKFAST
ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE VALLEY’S FREE EVENT –PAWS ON THE PROMENADE SPOOKTACULAR
INLAND REGIONAL CENTER FALL FESTIVAL
Beaumont City Trunk or Treat
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS AT CITY PARK IN LAKE ELSINORE
AMBER WAVES OF GRAIN CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL
FLAG PLACING AT THE RIVERSIDE NATIONAL CEMETERY
MURRIETA’S FIELD OF HONOR
CELEBRATING FAMILY CAREGIVERS – ALZHEIMER’S
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