Starting Friday March 31st be sure an tune in for House of Mystery, Fridays at 4p!
If it’s true crime, conspiracy and alternative history that you love to hear, then the House of Mystery Radio Show is the one for you! We investigate everything in true crime, from the JFK assassination to the Steve Avery Making a Murderer Case! We follow history from King Arthur to hunting Hitler! We have had guests such as Robert F Kennedy Jr., Marcia Clark (OJ Prosecutor), Jesse Ventura, Aphrodite Jones (Investigation Discovery) and more!
The House of Mystery Radio Show, with hosts Alan R. Warren and Kevin Thompson, was ranked the #3 True Crime/Conspiracy/History Radio Show in the U.S. with over 500,000 listeners in 2016!For complete details:
Friday March 31st,
Episode 1. Aphrodite Jones – Host of ID channels True Crime and Author – New Book is called ” All He Wanted”-storyline – Living as a man, twenty-one-year-old Teena Brandon hit the dust bowl town of Falls City, Nebraska, on the run from her family in Lincoln – and from the law for forging checks. Handsome and sophisticated, Brandon was an instant success, with young women hanging all over him. But when Brandon started to date the beautiful blonde Lana Tisdel, her luck ran out. In a terrifying incident on Christmas Eve, Brandon’s true sexual identity was unmasked. On New Year’s eve, Brandon, her roommate, and a friend were found shot to death in an isolated farmhouse.
Friday April 7th,
Episode 2 – Claudia Rowe – Seattle Times Reporter and Author of ” Spider and the Fly” – storyline –
In September 1998, young reporter Claudia Rowe was working as a stringer for the New York Times in Poughkeepsie, New York, when local police discovered the bodies of eight women stashed in the attic and basement of the small colonial home that Kendall Francois, a painfully polite twenty-seven-year-old community college student, shared with his parents and sister.
Friday April 14th,
Who killed Bob Crane? John Hook
The 1978 murder of actor and American icon Bob Crane remains one of the most high-profile unsolved celebrity murders of all time. Thirty-eight years after his brutal murder in Scottsdale, Arizona, millions around the world still want answers. Was John Carpenter the killer? Or did police arrest an innocent man? For nearly 40 years, police remained convinced of Carpenter’s guilt. Early DNA testing, decades ago, was unable to positively link Carpenter to the crime. The two friends lived on the edge, sharing a dark obsession—videotaping women during their sexual encounters. In an unprecedented investigation, reporter John Hook retests the original blood evidence using modern DNA science in a final search for answers. Scientists believe this is the last chance to test DNA from the crime scene— the final close-up—in identifying Bob Crane’s killer.
Friday April 21st,
The Secret State – Colonel John Hughes-Wilson
Comprehensive and authoritative, The Secret State skillfully examines the potential pitfalls of the traditional intelligence cycle; the dangerous uncertainties of spies and human intelligence; how the Cold War became an electronic intelligence war; the technical revolution that began with the use of reconnaissance photography in World War I and during the Cuban Missile Crisis; the legacy of Stalin’s deliberate ignoring of vital intelligence; how signals intelligence gave America one of its greatest victories; how Wikileaks really happened; and whether 9/11 could have been avoided if America’s post-Cold War intelligence agencies had adapted to the new world of international terrorism.
Friday April 28th,
Aurora Theatre Shooting- Stephen & Joyce Singular
On July 20, 2012, twelve people were killed and fifty-eight wounded at a mass shooting in a movie theater in Colorado. In 1999, thirteen kids at Columbine High School were murdered by their peers. In 2012, twenty children and seven adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary. Thirty-two were killed at Virginia Tech. Twelve killed at the Washington Navy Yard. In May 2014, after posting a YouTube video of ‘retribution’ and lamenting a life of ‘loneliness, rejection, and unfulfilled desires,’ a lone gunman killed six and wounded seven in Isla Vista. All of these acts of violence were committed by young men between the ages of eighteen and thirty