A couple of articles ago I was very happy to announce that 5D. The Fifth Dimension is now an affiliate of King Falls AM.
King Falls AM is a fictional (or is it?) narrative podcast that centres on a lonely little mountain town’s late-night AM talk-radio show and it’s paranormal, peculiar and weird happenings & inhabitants. The guys behind the concept are aiming to make their show the first (possibly) fictional podcast to successfully syndicate itself, much along the same vein as your typical successful TV, radio or web series.
Anyhoo, the King Falls AM shows themselves are typically 10-15 minutes in length and so far we're still in the early days with three episodes having been aired so far. However there seems to have been more than a modicum of interest in the show which has resulted positive feedback, both to myself and to the production team themselves.
Again, as I mentioned in the previous King Falls AM article, I will be featuring the episodes as they appear fortnightly. The general release dates for the episodes will be on the 1st and 15th of each month and I will be hopefully be also getting an early chance to pass onto you good people some special inside information and details about the ongoing experiences of Sammy Stevens as he struggles to come to terms with his new life in the beautiful but very strange King Falls.
To read more about King Falls AM then check out their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/KingFallsAM?fref=ts
It is my pleasure to pass onto you the brand new fourth podcast in the series – It’s called Wolves Gone Wild.
“ With Sammy and Ben in contention over a forced apology regarding the Bass Tournament, a full moon causes all hell to break loose on the outskirts of King Falls.”
I have to admit that Episode 4 is another nailed on enjoyable slice of Paranormal radio broadcasting with a nicely delivered slithering of humour intermixed throughout.
The relationship (in other words, bickering) between the host Sammy, and his erstwhile producer, Ben is beginning to flower into one of the anticipated centre-pieces of each show. Here in Wolves Gone Wild, the subject of their latest tiff is Sammy’s reluctance in playing yet again a pre-recorded apology in regard to the ‘controversial ballyhoo’ that their previous broadcast about the newly discovered body at the Bass tournament caused.
I won’t say much more about this episode – I’m a spoiler hater remember? However I will quickly mention two things. The trailer for the announcement of the retirement of fellow King Falls AM presenter, the aged Esther Rawlings is pure comedy gold. The description of her as “King Falls' most bitchin Granny” and her description of her show where she’ll be “Talking about life, talking about love, and crocheting a mean doily while we’re all at it” is once again priceless.
Then the Wolves start to go wild, but you’ll have to listen to the show to catch that part in all its paranormal and eerie glory.
The link for this week’s episode can be found at