About Hart D. Fisher

Hart D. Fisher

Hart D. Fisher (with his wife Wakako) is the owner/operator of the world’s greatest 24/7 linear streaming American Horrors Channels (available on Roku and Filmon) and is a legendary horror creator who’s work has been featured on Larry King Live, CNN’s Murder By Numbers, Entertainment Tonight, The Jerry Springer Show, The Sally Jesse Raphael Show, CNN Headline News, A&E’s Biography, A Closer Look With Faith Daniels,  The Discovery Channel’s The Verminators (with his wife Wakako), NatGeo’s break out hit The 90s: The Last Great Decade and in magazines such as Time, Tattoo Savage, Hero Illustrated, People, The Comics Journal, the non-fiction best seller The A-Z Guide to Serial Killers and most recently in John Borowski’s seminal documentary Serial Killer Culture.

Besides producing original content for his 24 hour uncut horror channels, American Horrors, Mr. Fisher hosts the weekly radio show Hart Attack, is a co-host on What the Fuck!? (broadcast on Jackaloperadio.com & soundcloud.com), has collaborated on video projects with Glenn Danzig, Obituary, Dark Funeral and was a featured guest of the 2011 South by Southwest film festival with Phil Anselmo & the late true crime author Corey Mitchell. Fisher is the author of Poems for the Dead, Still Dead, An American Horror Story, editor & publisher of Sex Crimes plus writer/director of the feature film, The Garbage Man.

He is also the creator of the American Horrors tv show, the True Crimes tv show (2nd season in post-production), the American Horrors Intermission tv show (1st season debuting on American Horrors Roku this summer) and the horror anthology comic/tv show Flowers on the Razorwire (in development) and is most noted for the creation of the infamous Jeffrey Dahmer comic book biography published by his notorious publishing house, Boneyard Press.

To stay up to date with Mr. Fisher follow his twitter feed @Hart_Fisher.