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After Hours AM Live from the Palmer House Hotel/ Author Douglas Robinson

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In a stimulating, perplexing, but revealing edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen & Greg Bakun — we learn about real life “vampyres” with the author of the Silently novel series, Douglas Robinson. We talk with Douglas Top of hour 2. At Hour 1, Joel & Greg Bakun joins us for a special remote live broadcast from the Things That Go Bump event at the haunted Palmer House Hotel in Sauk Centre, Minnesota! Featuring owner of the Palmer Kelley Freese. Speakers Ryan Headley, John Marson, Natalie Tritz Fowler, Suzanne Worthley. Douglas Robinson and Real Vampyres Douglas Robinson is a Christian writer who has spent a lifetime pondering the existence of real “vampyres.” Robinson has had vampyric people “on his heart” since he was eight years old. Oddly, he doesn’t remember seeing vampire shows or movies until he moved from Chicago to Alabama and saw the gothic daytime serial Dark Shadows for the first time at the age of thirteen. He started disassembling the occultic elements early; such as, no reflection in a mirror. He said, “You are in a physical body, you have mass, and you are not the Invisible Woman. Therefore, you have a reflection.” Between praying, thinking, and reading – their condition finally made sense to him over time: these are people who must drink blood to live. Robinson’s Silently series of novels — currently Silently Comes the Night and Rites of Passage — deals with blood drinking people and includes scenes where the characters drink blood, hunt for blood, kill for blood, or shed blood, but these are living people with a vampyric medical condition. They are neither undead nor occultic. These people survive as best they can under difficult and bitter conditions. Any that survive any length of time become efficient predators. When most people hear the word “vampire” they think of an undead crea

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