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.
Ben's search for the truth behind Emily Potter's abduction continues in "Bright Lights, Little City", the latest broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show that includes an intense discussion with the town's cemetery caretaker.
Political fireworks are exploding in King Falls, and Ben and Sammy have the latest updates for listeners in a new broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show.
Ben has had a rough couple of week's since Emily Potter's abduction by aliens, but he's back in the studio to help Sammy hold down the fort in the latest broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show.
When Chet Sebastian is pulling doubles down at Merv's studio, you know something is out of the ordinary. Such is the case in the latest broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show, in which Sammy holds down the fort while Ben hunts for clues concerning Emily's whereabouts.
Following the shocking conclusion to the “Sammiversary” edition of the King Falls AM radio show, Sammy and an emotionally devastated Ben are back behind the mikes in the latest broadcast, which features a big announcement from Ron and some unexpectedly heartfelt advice from the town's best bass fisherman.
While it may be hard to believe, it's already been one year since Sammy Stevens moved from the big city to America's strangest small town. In the new broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show, co-host Ben Arnold and friends celebrate the big "Sammiversary", but eerie occurrences threaten to take the evening down an ominous path...
Sammy and Ben discuss the life of Rich McGuff in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM, but with Tim Jensen back on the ground after his stint in the sky, not every call-in pertains to the murdered leather-bound book collector.
Sammy's interview with the recently reappeared Tim Jensen (following his abduction by mysterious lights nearly one year ago) has many listeners tuning in to 660 on the radio dial, but the latest broadcast of King Falls AM also features Ben's debate with a leprechaun, a conversation with Doyle about his cursed lawn, and much more.
Although werewolves, ghosts, and aliens have made life anything but normal in King Falls, the town is not open to the wacky hijinks and bizarre antics of April Fools' Day. In a special installment of King Falls AM, Ben Arnold's loathed rivals over at Channel 13 News spoke with Deputy Troy and librarian Emily Potter to reflect on the town's strained relationship with April 1st.
It's been two weeks since the mysterious rainbow lights appeared above America's strangest small town, but with Sammy and Ben experiencing one of the weirdest nights in King Falls yet, the UFOs are only one of several startling topics covered in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM.
When you host a radio show in King Falls, strange call-ins are bound to happen, and Sammy and Ben receive their fair share in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM, including one related to Kingsie, the beloved creature of Lake Hatchenaw.
Before Sammy and Ben interview the author of Dead Tom Turkey: The Perils of Undercooked Poultry, the duo discuss the missing werewolf babies and the recent Valentine's Day Dance on the latest broadcast of King Falls AM.
A blast from the past has taken to the airwaves, as Chet Sebastian is filling in on the King Falls AM radio show until Sammy Stevens' forced vacation concludes. Co-host Ben Arnold has more on his mind than his partner in crime's clash with Mayor Grisham last month, though, as the Valentine's Day Dance is fast approaching. It's time to tune in to 660 on the radio dial for another broadcast out of America's strangest small town.