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After Hours AM: Steve Joseph and Jay Gracianette, co-founders of New Orleans’ iconic haunted attract

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Celebrating 25 Years of New Orleans’ Iconic HOUSE OF SHOCK Haunted Attraction on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio Talking with founders Steve Joseph and Jay Gracianette On a Halloweeny and celebratory episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — paranormal talk with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we chat with Steve Joseph and Jay Gracianette, co-founders of New Orleans’ iconic haunted attraction House of Shock, about their 25 years in the scare biz and what’s in store for their visitors this year. We talk with Steve and Jay at Top of hour 2; Hour 1 Joel and Eric delve into the week’s most intriguing paranormal news from the America’s Most Haunted Twitter feed. House of Shock 25 New Orleans’ iconic haunted attraction House of Shock is celebrating 25 years of haunts and horrors with more macabre madness than ever. The anniversary exhibit and performances pay tribute to NOLA’s rich, 300-year history of witchcraft, voodoo, ghosts, and mayhem. The horror show and world-class haunted houses open to the public Friday, September 30. House of Shock has weathered Hurricane Katrina, economic downturns, and even public ire to provide scares for a quarter-century. House of Shock’s lurid longevity is made possible by the dedication of a family of 350+ volunteers who contribute their complementary skill sets to raise the bar on exhibits and performances year-in and year-out. The House of Shock has enjoyed national and international exposure through publications such as Rolling Stone, Maxim, Playboy, BuzzFeed and Yahoo!, and was named Haunted Attraction Magazine’s “Number One Haunted House in the Country” in 2014, and The Travel Channel’s “Most Intense Haunted Attraction” in 2007. House of Shock Founders. Steve Joseph and Jay Gracianette — friends for over 30 years — met in the tight-knit New Orleans music community, playing in various bands toge

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