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After Hours AM is changing talk radio! With it's mix of humor and entertainment, a listening experience you won't forget!

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After Hours AM is changing talk radio! With it's mix of humor and entertainment, a listening experience you won't forget!

    After Hours AM / Deeper Cuts: Andrea Perron

    After Hours AM / Deeper Cuts: Andrea Perron

    Ont this addition of After Hours AM/Deeper Cuts. With Joel Sturgis & Greg Bakun. Andrea Perron is the oldest child of the Perron family that was featured in last year's surprise hit horror movie, The Conjuring. Ms. Perron has written two books detailing her bizarre encounters and is completing her 3rd installment in the House of Darkness House of Light series that documents the real life experiences she and her family encountered in a disturbingly haunted house. On this first addition of After Hours AM / Deeper Cuts. We cut deep into what makes Andrea tick!

    • 2 hr 3 min
    After Hours AM All things Paranormal with guest Becky Vickers

    After Hours AM All things Paranormal with guest Becky Vickers

    On a spooky but charming episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we talk with Texas paranormal investigator, writer, and media personality Becky Vickers about the ghost hunting life. We speak with Becky at 10pE; at 9pE Joel and Eric plunge into the chilly waters of the week’s most edifying paranormal news.
    Becky Vickers is founder of Lake Cities Paranormal Society, and BECKS (Behind Every Cloud is a Kindred Spirit) Ghost Hunters, radio host of Bridging the Paranormal on KCORRADIO.com, author, tour guide, speaker, blogger, and enthusiastic paranormal investigator. With over 35 years of experience, she brings her lighthearted and fun style of investigating and Southern charm to the world’s most haunted locations, including Alcatraz, the Stanley Hotel, the Winchester Mansion, the Mineral Springs Hotel, Rose Hall in Jamaica, and her beloved Goatman’s Bridge in Denton, Texas. Becky’s love for the paranormal makes her eager to help others and continues to push the boundaries for proof of thBecky Vickers Ghostbusterse afterlife.
    The Texan lost her grandfather when she was 17 and had a very difficult time getting over it. She loved him so much she didn’t think she could live without him and needed to know she could stiBecky Vickers 2ll communicate with him. She read everything she could get her hands on that had to do with the “afterlife” and that started her love of ghost hunting and the paranormal. It is her way of staying in touch with her grandfather.
    “Being a ghost hunter is not always as exciting as it seems on TV,” Becky says. “Many nights I have sat in the dark and not a thing happened. BUT it is those times you DO get that one voice, that one unexplainable picture, or have an experience that sends chills down your back that makes it sooo worth it all! I LOVE this crazy thing called ghost hunting. It

    • 2 hr
    After Hours AM with Jeff Mudgett star of "American Ripper"

    After Hours AM with Jeff Mudgett star of "American Ripper"

    Join us for a terrifying, stunning episode of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code — True Crime with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olen, and secret weapon, forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — as we reveal exclusive details about HISTORY’s new American Ripper with series star and H.H. Holmes descendant Jeff Mudgett. Jeff will join usTop of hour 2; at hour 1, Clarissa will unearth the week’s most compelling and odd True Crime headlines.
    In HISTORY’s new eight-part series American Ripper, which premiered last night and runs Tuesdays at 10pE/P, the great-great-grandson of Chicago serial killer H.H. Holmes, Jeff Mudgett, is determined to prove a mind-boggling theory: that H.H. Holmes and Britain’s notorious serial killer, Jack the Ripper, were the same man. In addition, Mudgett leads an investigation that secured permission to exhume the presumed body of H.H. Holmes for DNA testing to determine whether he pulled off the ultimate con, escaping the gallows to lead a second secret life.
    Herman Mudgett, alias H.H. Holmes, was one of America’s first serial killers, rumored to have claimed as many as 200 lives in the late 19th century. A con man, opportunist and evil genius, the crowning achievement of his dark deeds was the construction of a building later dubbed the Murder Castle: a hotel on Chicago’s south side that he engineered to be a factory of death, complete with a gas chamber, dissection room, trap doors and a basement furnace to destroy any trace of his sinister work.
    Nearly simultaneously, a still-unidentified murderer known as Jack the Ripper was terrorizing prostitutes on the grim streets of London’s Whitechapel district. From the moment 20 years ago when Mudgett’s world was shaken at the revelation that he was the descendant of H.H. Holmes, he became obsessed with acquiring information about his ancestor. Through extensive research, he began to believe the

    • 1 hr 52 min
    After Hours AM Carley Wolf Co-founder of THE GHOST WOLVES

    After Hours AM Carley Wolf Co-founder of THE GHOST WOLVES

    On a rocking but spooky episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — hosts Joel Sturgis and Greg Bakun — we speak with Austin rockers the Ghost Wolves, whose lead singer and guitarist Carley Wolf is in touch with her inner and outer ghosts and has had a number of paranormal experiences. We speak with Carley and Jonny top of Hour 2; Hour 1 we cover strange and unusual things found on EBAY and MN GhostBox TV.
    The Ghost Wolves
    Austin, TX based duo The Ghost Wolves met in 2011 backstage at a local music festival and have been an inseparable force ever since. To Carley and Jonny rock ‘n’ roll is an intangible spirit — an expression of absolute creative freedom, not a binding genre. Their stage show is wild, energetic and infectious. Bombastic guitar riffs, wild lyrical tales, explosive sing-alongs, scratchy acoustic cuts and slow-burning muddy grooves are delivered with glee. The songs stick in your head like a recurring dream. The Ghost Wolves simply deliver. Their second full length album, “TEXA$ PLATINUM” was released in April of 2017 by German rock & roll label Hound Gawd! Records.
    With song titles like “Whettin My Knife,” it is not hard to imagine what this new album may be about. The band is Carley Wolf on guitar and vocals, and Jonny Wolf on drums, synthesizer and vocals. They formed in Austin, Texas in 2010. Some of their influences include artists like Hasil Adkins, Joan Jett, R.L. Burnside, The Ramones, The Kills, Ronnie Dawson, Death Grips, Jessie Mae Hemphill. The Joan Jett connection goes further as it was the legendary punk guitar player Cheetah Chrome (of Dead Boys fame) that signed them to their last record deal. His own backing band featured members of the Black Hearts.
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    It’s no surprise that Carley Wolf’s guitar playing gets attention. She has been featured in Premiere Guitar, SheShreds, Guitar Girl Magazine and has

    • 2 hr
    After Hours AM Erin Lee Carr Maker of "MOMMY DEAD AND DEAREST"

    After Hours AM Erin Lee Carr Maker of "MOMMY DEAD AND DEAREST"

    On an engrossing, provocative episode of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code — True Crime with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and secret weapon, forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — we explore the shocking, emotionally complex murder of Dee Dee Blanchard with filmmaker Erin Lee Carr, whose celebrated Mommy Dead and Dearest documentary about the case recently premiered on HBO. We speak with Erin in Hour 2; at Hour 1, Clarissa guides us through the week’s most notable True Crime stories and a look at the dumbest criminals.
    Mommy Dead and Dearest
    Gypsy Rose Blanchard Mommy Dead and DearestProvocative documentarian Erin Lee Carr explores an intimate crime in the age of social media In Mommy Dead and Dearest, . Things are not always as they appear, especially in the case of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose, and what starts out as a grisly tale of matricide morphs into a rabbit hole of deception. Child abuse, mental illness and forbidden love converge in this mystery of a mother and daughter who were thought to be living a fairy tale life that turned out to be a living nightmare.
    Dee Dee Blanchard and her ailing, wheelchair-bound daughter, Gypsy Rose, were beloved members of Springfield, Mo., but the tight-knit community was rocked when Dee Dee was found murdered in her home and Gypsy was missing. Investigators tracked a graphic Facebook status stating, “That bitch is dead,” to Wisconsin. What unraveled next was a disturbing sequence of events that nobody saw coming.
    Featuring exclusive access to Gypsy from prison and a trove of police interrogation tapes, medical records, and secret conversations, Mommy Dead and Dearest is a disturbing, first-hand look at a life arrested and the consequences of trying to keep someone young forever. It also explores one of psychology’s most controversial conditions: Munchausen by proxy syndrome.
    Erin Lee Carr
    Erin Lee Carr is a New York

    • 2 hr
    After Hours AM Mike Gaines The Soiled Dove

    After Hours AM Mike Gaines The Soiled Dove

    On a ripsnorting episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we welcome Mike Gaines, co-founder and director of THE SOILED DOVE, Victorian, Steampunk, burlesques extravaganza, who also has a few ghost stories to tell. We talk with Mike at Hour 2; at Hour 1 Joel and Eric review the week’s freakiest paranormal news and whatnot.
    Vau de Vire Society presents The Soiled Dove, an immersive, circus-infused dinner theater set in the reincarnation of San Francisco’s ribald, spooky Barbary Coast red light district.
    From Mike and Shannon Gaines, co-creators of the Edwardian, New Bohemia NYE, and Lagunitas Beer Circus comes an event that titillates every sense. Set amidst a thematic backdrop inspired by SF’s notorious gold rush era, guests delight in an engaging evening filled with danger, decadence, world-renowned performance, and an innovative culinary extravaganza worthy of royalty.
    The Soiled Dove
    Guests are encouraged to submerge themselves in the revelry by putting a little (or a lot) of effort into their attire—styles that cover Victorian, Edwardian, 49er, Harlots, Crimps, Steampunk, or their most stylish period couture.
    Circus and theatrics by Vau de Vire Society. Interactive gourmet dinner by Work of Art. Music by Jazz Mafia/Realistic Orchestra.
    Fridays & Saturdays from June 9th to July 1st.
    Tickets for 21-and-over show at
    After the first and second runs of sold out shows in 2014, 2015 & 2016, The Soiled Dove returned June 9th (with shows every Friday and Saturday through July 1st) to the shore on the bay at The Point Alameda…under the Big Top Tent – a massive 12,000 sq. ft. circus tent acquired from the countryside of Tortona, Italy.
    Set amidst a thematic backdrop inspired by San Francisco’s notorious Barbary Coast era, guests can expect an engaging evening filled with danger, decadence, amazing culinary

    • 2 hr

Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Movie degree ,

Check the facts

Really off the mark with Watts Family episode.

Mulder19 ,

Stop talking

I don’t understand why you would interview someone and then not allow them to talk. These two guys will not LISTEN. They’re so busy trying to sound cute and entertaining, they don’t allow their guests to talk. It’s beyond annoying.

joshiejay ,

Don’t even bother with these two

Couldn’t even get through the episode with Amy Allan because of the ignorant conversation regarding racial protests and riots. Mob mentality? Overreaction? Complaints and grievances? Man... the ignorance is high in these two. Try listening to some of the many black voices that have addressed this issue before talking about something you know nothing about on a whole ass podcast.

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