The House of Mystery Radio Show has been on the air for ten years now, broadcasting in over a dozen cities in the United States, including KKNW 1150 A.M. Seattle/Tacoma, KCAA 106.5 F.M. Los Angeles/102.3 F.M. Riverside/1050 A.M. Palm Springs. I started the show to find as much information on the world's mysteries in crime, science, religion, history, paranormal, and more. Like most people, I have heard stories and rumors and read books or watched documentaries on television, but I would seldom hear one direct answer to a question. Throughout my time recording interviews, I sought out people who had themselves researched a subject enough to have written a book or created a documentary, or even people involved in the event or topic that would have first-hand knowledge. In most cases, the strange thing was that there was a popular or mainstream idea about what happened; one reported at the time of the event, but then there was an alternative idea. Most writers who had books or shows that did well often disagreed with the current theory and accused the media of faking the story and hiding the truth from everyone. An example would be "Who shot JFK?" Different government agencies and news media have reported a well-known theory that most people in America have come to accept as the truth. But since the original Warren Report on JFK's assassination, there have been hundreds of theories promoted by many authors and lots of research completed.
The House of Mystery Interview Series is a series of books that contain transcriptions of the very best interviews we've had on several topics. So far, seven books have been published covering the Jack the Ripper case, the JFK assassination, the Zodiac Killer, mysterious celebrity deaths, conspiracy theories, paranormal and the occult, and the D.B. Cooper hijacking. You will find the books in the "Also in The House of Mystery Interviews Series" section of this book and on my website.
A substantial number of our radio show's interviews revolve around true crime. So, we created this sub-series, Voices of True Crime. Like the other Interviews series, we review the most accepted explanation on the case. Then, we follow up with each theory presented during our interviews with the person or people reporting them. Each book lays out the case details and then follows up with what we've learned from each guest.
Like the others in the House of Mystery Radio Show Interviews Series, this book does not attempt to solve the case but only reviews it. There will be no committed answer at the end of the book. We aim to concisely review the extraordinary things we learned during the show's interviews. It is an excellent reference for researchers and a good overview for people who don't know the topic well. Similar to the other volumes in this series, only the highlights of each interview will be included. All these interviews and more are available to listen to on my website: www.alanrwarren.com/hom-podcast-episodes.