Emmy-Award Winning Mystery Hour Rare Friday Night Taping Tonight

If you’re someone who likes to get wrapped up in the Mystery every month of Springfield’s only local late-night talk show, you need to clear your schedule tonight.

The Emmy-Award winning The Mystery Hour will be holding their monthly taping Friday night, October 11, a day earlier than most of the show’s Saturday taping events.

The show will feature Jeremy Ray Taylor, who played young Ben Hanscom in the 2017 version of Stephen King’s “It Volume One.” Local video game star Dan Chilton, who will be attempting to win the World Championship for Tetris, is scheduled to appear.

The evening will be capped off with Houghton doing something on the show that has never been done in the past: an real, legally-binding wedding.

“We thought it would be perfect to have someone on from a scary movie as we lead up to Halloween,” the very pale Houghton told OI. “Also, we felt we should counter the scary with something more sentimental, so I will be performing a wedding to marry Adam Easom and Erin McNeill.”

The show taping begins at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Gillioz Theatre. Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 at the door, and season passes are still available that allow early entry into the theatre to choose seats and private events with host Houghton.

Get tickets ahead of the show at The Mystery Hour’s website.

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