After months of careful planning by Ben, his ultimate notebook plan to save Emily finally goes into action on air at King Falls AM (660 on the radio dial). Make sure you're sitting down before you tune in, folks, because this is a knee-buckling broadcast of horror, hope, and twists aplenty. Sammy's going to need a strong cup of coffee at Rose's Diner after this one.
King Falls AM listeners know that Ben has been cooking up a "secret notebook" plan to get Emily back since she was snatched into the sky, and with the execution of his plan rapidly approaching, Sammy, Ben, and a few on-air guests have plenty to talk about in the new broadcast of their beloved late-night radio show.
The self-proclaimed "Best Small Town in America" is celebrating another year at the top, but with Sammy and Ben not allowed to partake in the festivities, the latest broadcast of King Falls AM features call-ins from around the community.
With 2016 officially in the rearview mirror, 2017 is wasting no time kicking off an eventful new year in the small town of King Falls, as the mysterious Rainbow Lights from above return in a new broadcast of Sammy and Ben's late-night radio show, King Falls AM.
The holiday spirit is literally infectious in the new broadcast of King Falls AM, as the townspeople—even Herschel Baumgartner—can't stop themselves from singing and busting a move at the annual tree lighting ceremony.
Longtime listeners of King Falls AM know that Ben has an intense rivalry with Channel 13 news, so when the opportunity presents itself to take the reins from the opposing network on a breaking news story, it's no surprise that Ben finds his inner Brokaw in the latest broadcast coming out of America's strangest small town.
While zombies, ghosts, and aliens usually keep King Falls residents on their toes, the mayoral election race between Grisham, Ron Begley, and Herschel Baumgartner is the town's primary focus in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM.
Election day has arrived in King Falls, and Sammy and Ben are behind the mics to break down what should be the final stage of the mayoral race between Grisham, Ron Begley, and Herschel Baumgartner, but as listeners know, bizarre things tend to happen in America's strangest small town...
King Falls may never be the same after the town's upcoming election. Time will tell if Mayor Grisham's reign will continue, or if Ron Begley or Herschel Baumgartner will take the community in a new direction. With plenty to talk about leading up to ballot booth time (not to mention the strange lights in the sky and the other eerie occurrences happening around town), Sammy and Ben take some intriguing calls on the latest broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show.
Longtime listeners of King Falls AM know that in addition to shelves of literature, the town's library is also home to some ghosts with a serious history. In the latest late-night broadcast from Merv's radio station, Sammy and Chet hold down the fort while Ben pays a visit to the library's paranormal entities.
Sammy and Ben have been a part of eerie broadcasts in the past (the gate to Hell and a hearse delivering white roses may come to mind), but their latest on-air experience might be their creepiest yet, as a new listener calls into the station with chilling news about a diary, an attic, and something in the darkness...
Although it's home to lights in the sky, werewolves on the ground, and ghosts in the library, one of the biggest attention-grabbers in the town of King Falls right now is the political race for mayor. And with election season upon us, Ben Arnold hosts a mayoral debate between the three diverse candidates in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM.
Ben's mysterious notebook plans come into play when UFOs are spotted above Libbydale Farms in the latest broadcast of the King Fall AM radio show, but what Ben has in mind doesn't sit well with Sammy.
Deputy Troy is often on the front lines of eerie situations, so Sammy and Ben never know exactly what to expect when their friend calls into the King Falls AM station. Today is no exception, as Troy's latest update for his buddies behind the mics involves a high-speed pursuit through the winding roads of America's strangest small town.
The last time Sammy encountered Channel 13's former weatherman, he literally almost lost his soul, so you can imagine his trepidation when he learns that Ben has "Storm" Sanders on standby in the studio for a weather report in the latest broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show.