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Last Show Recap

Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe shared reports on the main reason why President John F. Kennedy was killed and what was happening behind the public surface of a political break-in at DNC Headquarters that related to an alien presence; Jim Marrs' hypothesis that the 1% of the power brokers on Earth wish to drastically reduce the world's population; and how a major quake on the Hayward Fault is expected at any time.

In the first hour, author, raw foods chef, and investigative journalist Erin Elizabeth reported on the spate of recent murders, mysterious deaths and disappearances of doctors in the last month, most of whom were found dead in Florida and the Southeast.

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Meet Rob Simone

Meet Rob Simone

Tonight's guest host Rob Simone (email) is an award-winning media personality and accomplished TV and radio host. In addition, Rob has authored 2 books, and is a featured writer for FATE magazine. After being a devout listener of Coast to Coast AM in the 90's Rob Simone traveled around the world through 27 countries exploring mysterious and sacred places and the unexplained phenomena that surrounds them.

Rob has hosted radio shows in Australia, Kathmandu, Nepal on HBC FM and currently hosts a top-rated talk show on 104.4 FM London, where he interviews the most interesting people on the planet. Rob is Executive Director of Universal Sound and Light Productions and has been featured on Japan's Nippon TV, China's CCTV and recently on the 2-hour History Channel program "Decoding The Past."

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