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After Hours AM Next VR with Dave Cole

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On a cutting edge edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — scintillating paranormal talk radio every Thursday 9-11pE with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we dive down the virtual reality rabbit hole with NextVR CEO David Cole, whose brand new program Paranormal Evidence immerses viewers in an investigation of wildly haunted locations, beginning with the Pennhurst Asylum. We talk with David at 10pE; at 9pE Joel and Eric review the week’s top paranormal news and peer intently through the veil. The line between paranormal reality and virtual reality just got very blurry. Paranormal Evidence is a brand new virtual reality investigation TV series exploring unexplained phenomena reported at wildly haunted locations, beginning with the notorious Pennhurst. The original program developed by NextVR immerses fans in the investigation as events unfold around them. The engineering team at NextVR designed and built a proprietary VR camera system to capture full spectrum footage in the pitch-dark environment, enabling the audience to see things imperceptible by even the investigators. A team of investigators, led by Jack Kassewitz who has years of investigative journalism and linguistics experience, selected Pennhurst Asylum for the premiere of Paranormal Evidence with one goal: to capture evidence of what is lurking in the dark. Known as one of the most haunted locations in North America, Pennhurst opened in 1908 to care for children with severe mental and physical disabilities. In the decades to follow, the isolated facility also housed society’s outcasts and criminals, became dangerously overcrowded, underfunded, and understaffed. After nearly a century of controversy and accusations of abuse and neglect, the institution was finally closed. Unexplained occurrences have been reported for years, including strange voices, slamming doors, shadowy figures