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After Hour AM Ghosts Of Country Music with Author Matt Swayn

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On a high lonesome edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we welcome musical spirits expert Matthew L. Swayne, author of GHOSTS OF COUNTRY MUSIC. Matt will join us in the hour 2; Hour 1 Joel and Eric will ruminate on the week’s hot paranormal news in a highly professional manner and whatnot. Twang along to Matthew L. Swayne’s definitive compilation of haunted hot spots, creepy curses, and the spirits of the kings and queens of country and western music. Presenting the paranormal legacy behind one of America’s oldest and most popular genres, Ghosts of Country Music: Tales of Haunted Honky Tonks and Legendary Spectres takes a captivating, in-depth look at legendary musicians and the places where they perform… with or without their bodies. Experience true stories of larger-than-life stars—including Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, and Roy Acuff—haunting their favorite homes and stages. Step inside the Music City Center, the Apollo Civic Theatre, Bobby Mackey’s Music World, and other iconic venues where ghosts love to roam. Explore the numerous recording studios, record shops, and radio stations that attract paranormal activity. Ghosts of Country Music will thrill you with much more than just a catchy tune. Matthew L. Swayne’s Most Supernatural Country and Western Superstars The Haints of Butcher Hollow: Loretta Lynn Some celebrities make it to Country Music’s Haunted Hall of Fame because they are ghosts; others are inducted there because they seem to have an unmatched affinity with paranormal activity and supernatural forces. Loretta Lynn, also referred to as the Queen of Country Music and the Coal Miner’s Daughter, certainly belongs in the latter category.Since she was a child, Lynn has experienced a range of paranormal phenomena, or haints, as ghosts are called in

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