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Tuesday, October 30, 2001

FBI confiscates suspicious letter
RTVF office, TCU Post Office temporarily evacuated Monday
By Erin LaMourie
Staff Reporter

The FBI is testing the contents of a suspicious letter that caused the temporary evacuation of the radio-TV-film department offices in Moudy Building South and the TCU Post Office Monday morning, said TCU Police Detective Kelly Ham.
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National News Briefs

Game Central

Patricia Blodesome, a sophomore radio-TV-film major returns to her car Monday to find a parking ticket.

  Arts and Entertainment

Today in history

1929 — The Great Depression started with Black Tuesday. Frenzied, panic-fueled trading took place as investors struggled to avoid financial ruin.

Happy haunting
For fright-seekers who dare, the Metroplex offers an abundance of haunted houses for those who love to be scared.
Tammera Friedeck reviews three local haunts.


Music review
System of a Down

Musicians confess and defend their guilty pleasures
By Greg Kot
Chicago Tribune

Duke Ellington once said there were only two types of music: good and bad. But what happens when bad music enchants good musicians?
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