As longtime listeners know, the small town of King Falls is host to eerie entities and spooky occurrences, and the holiday season is no exception. In the latest broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show, the usually skeptical Sammy shares his encounter with a Santa-like fella that Ben would rather not discuss.
It's no secret that King Falls AM co-host Ben is not a fan of local news outlet Channel 13, so you can imagine his delight when their weatherman loses it on-air... until he realizes the meltdown's disturbing undertones.
Not too long ago, King Falls AM co-host Ben reached out to the paranormal investigators at Mission: Apparition to share his complaints about their show... using Sammy's email account. Well, now the folks from Mission: Apparition are within town limits to look into the local haunted library, and Ben is on hand for an on-site interview in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM.
The small town of King Falls is a harbinger of the strange, the bizarre, and the eerie, so it's no surprise that with their latest broadcast, King Falls AM co-hosts Sammy and Ben add "crop circles" to their list of current event topics.
As creepy as King Falls is on a daily basis, one can only expect it to be extra eerie when October 31st arrives on the calendar. In the latest broadcast of King Falls AM, co-host Sammy discusses his observation of the town's weird Halloween tradition involving a hearse and white roses.
King Falls AM co-hosts Sammy and Ben have heard some unsettling call-ins in the past, but in this week's show, a cassette tape with some hair-raising audio takes center stage.
The dead are contacted by medium Olivia DuPont in the latest broadcast of King Falls AM, but co-hosts Sammy and Ben discover that Miss DuPont's more unconventional than expected. It's time once again to tune in to America's strangest small town.
Zombies, werewolves, aliens, and ghosts have been sighted within the town limits of King Falls, but the latest strange spotting is one of biblical proportions, giving Sammy and Ben plenty to talk about on the new broadcast of King Falls AM.
King Falls AM co-hosts Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold have endured a lot of spooky occurrences since their new show hit the airwaves, but in their latest broadcast, a power outage takes them down one of the most unexpected paths yet.
King Falls AM co-hosts Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold have listened to their fair share of strange phone calls to the station, but the one in their latest show may be the most bizarre one yet. Sit back, relax, and keep an eye on the sky—it's time for another broadcast of King Falls AM.
The last time we tuned in to 660 on the radio dial, we heard a chilling tale of the dead coming back to life. The latest broadcast of King Falls AM digs deeper into the town's horror-centric history with special guest Howard Ford Beauregard III, though co-host Ben doesn't agree with the self-proclaimed historian's "facts" about the past.
Listeners of Sammy and Ben's radio show know that King Falls is a pleasant yet strange place, as proven in the latest broadcast that features a local coroner's encounter with the living dead. Tune in for another eerily entertaining segment of King Falls AM.
A full moon hangs over King Falls in the new broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show. If you've listened to past broadcasts of Sammy and Ben's program, you know King Falls is home to the strange, the supernatural, and now, quite possibly... werewolves.
After discussing ghost sightings with head librarian Emily Potter in their previous show, Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold bring their mikes to Lake Hatchenhaw this week for an off-site King Falls AM broadcast with special guest Mayor Grisham.
After the eerie ending to the previous King Falls AM radio show broadcast, Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold were visited this week by Emily Potter, head librarian at King Falls Public Library, who reveals strange things are being seen at the library, as well...