Draft:Alan R. Warren

Alan R. Warren
BornJune 27, 1962 (age 59)
NationalityCanadian
Alma materUniversity of Washington
OccupationAuthor, Radio personality
Websitewww.alanrwarren.com

Alan Robert Warren (born June 27, 1962), better known as Alan R. Warren, his pen name, is a Canadian author and radio personality. He is best known for being the host of the radio crime show House of Mystery.[1]

Early life and educationEdit

Warren was born to Isabel Evelyn Berg and William Thomas Dawes. He has two older brothers, William Thomas (66) and Gary Alfred (63), and one older sister, Debra Ann (64).

He completed his Bachelor of Arts majoring in Music, Minor in Criminology from Douglas College in New Westminster, B.C., Canada and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., and a master's in Music at the University of Washington in Seattle.[2] He holds s a certificate in Sound Engineering & Recording from Juno Award-winning Bullfrog Studios Vancouver B.C., and a certificate in Music Business Contracts from B.C.I.T. Vancouver, B.C.[1][3] He received an Honorary Doctorate in Religion from the Traditional Church of Satan in 2017. Warren also achieved a certificate in Foundations of Parapsychology from the School of Parapsychology in London, U.K., in January 2010 with Dr. Ciarán O’Keefe.

CareerEdit

Radio Personality

Warren is the host of the trust crime history radio show House of Mystery. The show has gained popularity, and this led to a spin-off series in 2020 called The House of Mystery Fiction, which covers the writing process for authors of fiction books. The show began in 2013 on KFNX 1100 A.M. in Phoenix on Saturdays at 6 A.M. It was later picked up by KKNW 1150 A.M. in Seattle/Tacoma on Fridays at 4 pm. This led to his current contract with NBC KCAA 106.5 F.M. Los Angeles/102.3 F.M. Riverside/1050 A.M.

But with the pandemic, Warren has been recording his radio shows at home. The show is available on platforms such as YouTube, Apple Podcasts,[3] iTunes, Podbay, IHeart Media/Spreaker, and many others.[4] Warren's current contract is with NBC news talk radio in Los Angeles (KCAA 106.5 F.M. Los Angeles/ 102.3 F.M. Riverside/1050 A.M. Palm Springs/ 540 A.M. Salt Lake City).

Author

Warren started writing articles for True Crime Case Files magazine and Serial Killer Magazine which led to writing his first book Above Suspicion, the true story of Russell Williams serial killer which became a Best Seller now in its second edition for RJ Parker Publishing in Toronto, Canada.[1] Warren has 20 books published since then including the Killing Game for WildBlue Press which has been used for several true crime shows. He has also co-written a book with Peter Vronsky. His bestselling books are Above Suspicion, ‘Deadly Betrayal, Blood Thirst,[5] and Last Man Standing.[6][7]

Many true crime shows have been made based on Warren’s books. His book The Killing Game has a television show called Murder Made Me Famous, which streams on Reelz Network. Another show Mark of a Killer, based on this book, has been produced by Oxygen Network. Many radio shows have also been conducted based on Warren’s books.[8]

Podcast

The House of Mystery radio show has many talented people's writings and movies addressing the deep, dark mysteries of our world, across both fictions (horror, crime, sci-fi, action-adventure, romance, LGBT) and non-fiction (crime, history, science, paranormal) stories. The past guests in non-fiction have included Marcia Clark (of the O.J. Simpson trial), Robert Kennedy, Jr., Jesse Ventura, Burl Barer, Nancy Grace, Aphrodite Jones, Mark Olshaker, Anne Bremner (on Amanda Knox), F. Lee Bailey, Tom Mesereau (on Bill Cosby, Michael Jackson), Roger Stone (on the JFK Assassination), Dan Abrams, Juan Martinez (on Jodi Arias), Michael Hawley (on Jack the Ripper), and Michael Butterfield (on the Zodiac Killer). Whereas the past guests in fiction have included Eric Shapiro, George Weir, John Copenhaver, Lee Goldberg, Gregory Ashe, J.D. Horn, Rick Poldark, Greg F. Gifune, Michael Bland, Geoff Symon, Gabriel Rottello, James Polchin, Lev Raphael, and Robert Fieseler.[9]

Personal lifeEdit

Warren was married to Gary G. Warren on March 16, 2004, just after legalized same-sex marriage was passed in Canada. They had met in 1998 while Warren was working in Portland, Oregon, and Gary Warren was living semi-retired from his NASCAR driving career. Alan was diagnosed with a "high-functioning" type of ASD (autism spectrum disorder) which has given him extra challenges to work with work on radio and writing.

PublicationsEdit

  • True Crime: Case Files (Winter 2016 Book 2)
  • Serial Killers Around the World: Volume 1 Australia (2017)
  • The Killing Game: The True Story of Rodney Alcala, the Game Show Serial killer (2017)
  • The Killing Game: The True Story of Rodney Alcala (WildBlue Press True Crime) (2018)
  • The Last Man Standing: Is Jack Daniel McCullough (2018)
  • Confession of Murder; Exposing the False Confessions Created from the Mr. Big Stings (2020)
  • Jack the Ripper: The Interviews (The Interview; The House of Mystery Radio Show Presents Book 1) (2020)
  • The JFK Assassination: The Interviews: House of Mystery Radio Show Presents; The Interviews (The Interview; The House of Mystery Radio Show Presents Book 2) (2020)
  • Zodiac Killer Interviews: House of Mystery presents (The Interview; The House of Mystery Radio Show Presents Book 3) (2020)
  • Mysterious Celebrity Deaths: The Interviews (The Interview; The House of Mystery Radio Show Presents Book 4) (2020)
  • In Chains: The Dangerous World of Human Trafficking (2020)
  • Murder Times Six: The True Story of the Wells Gray Park Murders (2020)
  • Doomsday Cults; The Devil's Hostages (2020)
  • Above Suspicion: The True Story of Russell Williams Serial Killer (Killer Crime Series Book 1) (2020)
  • Blood Thirst: True Story of Wayne Boden Vampire Rapist & Serial Killer (Killer Crime Series Book 2) (2020)
  • Deadly Betrayal: True Story of Jennifer Pan Daughter from Hell (Killer Crime Series Book 3) (2020)[5]
  • The Grindr Serial Killer: The True Story of Stephen Port (Killer Crime Series Book 4) (2020)
  • Moors Murders; Ian Brady & Myra Hindley (2020)
  • Drinks, Dinner & Death: The True Story of Dennis Nilsen (Killer Crime Series Book 6) (2020)
  • Hannibal the Cannibal: The True Story of Robert Maudsley (Killer Crime Series Book 7) (2020)
  • Beyond Suspicion: Russell Williams: A Canadian Serial Killer (2020)
  • 12 and MURDERED (2021)[10][11]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Interview with Alan R. Warren". The Serial Killer Podcast (in French). Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  2. ^ Wiborg-Thune, Thomas. "PodcastOne: Interview with Alan R. Warren". www.podcastone.com. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  3. ^ a b "‎The Serial Killer Podcast: Interview with Alan R. Warren on Apple Podcasts". Apple Podcasts. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  4. ^ "Alan R Warren, Author | Books | Series | Interview | Deals | Newsletter | Contact | Site". AllAuthor. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  5. ^ a b "Alan R. Warren". Coast to Coast AM. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  6. ^ "Alan R. Warren • WildBlue Press". WildBlue Press. 2019-02-24. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  7. ^ "Author and Radio Show Host, Alan R. Warren comes to Stonewall Live 8/6 9PM EST". BlogTalkRadio. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  8. ^ "Media Appearances | Alan R. Warren". AlanRWarren. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  9. ^ "Podcast Episodes | House of Mystery Radio Show | Alan R. Warren". AlanRWarren. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  10. ^ "Alan R Warren". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2021-10-19.
  11. ^ ThriftBooks. "Alan R. Warren Books | List of books by author Alan R. Warren". ThriftBooks. Retrieved 2021-10-19.