A cult Mexican horror radio programme called "The Hairy Hand" has ended after 22 years on air.
It could be heard from 22:00 until midnight every weeknight and was a favourite among overnight taxi drivers and late-shift workers.
The format was simple. Listeners would call in to tell disturbing stories of supernatural experiences to a receptive and believing presenter.
In its early years the show gained huge audiences in Mexico and 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 ....
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