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House of Mystery Radio Show

If it is true crime, conspiracy and alternative history that you love to hear, the House of Mystery Radio Show is one program you need to listen to each week. Hosted by Alan R. Warren and Kevin Thompson, this edge-of-your-seat listening experience airs Fridays from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Alternative Talk 1150.

During the hour-long program, the hosts and their guests investigate everything true crime, from the JFK assassination to the Steve Avery Making a Murderer Case. History also takes center stage as they discuss everything from King Arthur to hunting Hitler.

“I think our show helps the audience understand what goes on in the world around them by the actions other people take, by not only committing a crime, but also how others help the victims. We cover not only the wide world of crime, but also related news in local cities,” said Alan.

The show’s other host, Kevin, concurs, asserting that their program serves two primary functions, including educating the public and providing a source of entertainment and escape from those times during life’s stress or boredom.

“Al and I talk about topics that people love, or are at least interested in, but don’t have the time or resources to commit to study. We find the guests, do the footwork, research and then compress it into an hour for the convenience of our listeners. To learn, all they have to do is tune into House of Mystery Radio Show,” Kevin said.

Kevin went on to state that listeners are sure to notice their passion for the subject matter. He said they are not just trying to be personalities or talking heads. Instead, he points out that they deeply care about the topics they choose and are earnestly interested in producing quality programming, a process that he admits can be agonizing at times.

“We are passionate about the show, our guests, and deeply love our listeners. We do not see House of Mystery Radio Show as simply a show, a job or a labor. We see it as a privilege.”

For Alan radio is firmly rooted in his life and he sees the medium as a great way to reach people with a strong and entertaining message. He says radio, and in turn their program, is like a friend and companion that is there for the audience each week.

Kevin echoes Alan’s sentiments and adds that the two have excellent on-air chemistry, flow, and cooperation. These skill sets have taken some time to hone, but now they play off each other as if it’s old hat.

“I am the law, paranormal and conspiracy guy and Al is the researcher, personality and the thinker. We have a good mix that I believe comes out in the show,” he said and added what sets them apart from other radio hosts. “We have actually lived what we talk about. I know, a strange thing to say about true crime, but still we come from experience, passion and skill.”

As uncommon as their show topics can be, they often hear one common question.

“People ask, ‘Do hearing all the true stories of serial killers and details of what they have done give you bad nightmares?’” said Alan, who added, “I always tell people quite simply ‘No.’ Perhaps if I actually was there and was personally involved in the crime, I would be affected.”

House of Mystery Radio Show is your chance to get close to true crime without having to witness it in person. Tune in each Friday at 4 p.m. and add a little mystery to your life!

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