Fox’s Pizza in Orland Park & Mokena, Guinness, Madden Funds and Flood Brothers Disposal present the Hibernian Radio Hour at our newest recording location known as ‘The Bunker’ and we begin the show with the 10th episode of ‘Black Irishman’ which tells the story of Seamus O’Hooligan Jr, starring Greg Hollimon. This week we dive into the vault and take a look back at an interview from 2020 with our old pal and fan favorite, James “Duke” Lynch AKA: Alamo!  Alamo is a retired 39 year veteran of the Chicago Police Department and a U.S Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran who grew up in South Shore. He attended St. Philip Neri School followed by Lyons Township High School. This local legend is a man of valor, Bronze Star recipient, having lost both knees in the war and still returning to combat after his recovery in Hawaii. We all know that he is a devoted fan of John Wayne, admiring him so much that he had to repeat the 5th grade because he skipped school for a full month to go see “The Alamo” 60 times in the theater. He even took time off work to attend his funeral! The stories he shares from that day are epic, especially those about meeting some of the big Hollywood names. He jumps straight into the more exciting stories from his time on the Force including the time he was shot during a robbery, the cemetery setup to catch a grave robber and finding creative ways to transport a dead body. Family, school and the “good old days” are just some of the many topics that these two cover in this throwback interview. Then Houli brings us up to date on some upcoming events including The Emerald Society’s Annual Southside Meeting on April 25th at The Cork & Kerry in Beverly. We head over to the obituaries followed by a well-needed trip to our favorite place known as ‘Houli-Town’. Happy Easter to all our listeners!