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In the first half, Dave Schrader (email) welcomes veteran police detective, Robert Snow, who during a hypnotic regression, experienced a vivid awareness of being alive in three separate historical scenes. Remaining skeptical, he began to investigate with the intention of disproving reincarnation. However, what he discovered was the opposite-- solid evidence that he lived a former life as Carroll Beckwith, a 19th-century American artist. Followed in the second half, by former President of the Scottish Society for Psychical Research, Tricia Robertson, who'll share stories from her extensive casebook that deal with a wide range of phenomena that provide evidence for survival after death.

6-10pm PT, Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returns to 6/20/96 when Luba Brezhnev, niece of Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, revealed how she was hounded by the KGB.

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Solar Plane Lands in Arizona

Solar Plane Lands in Arizona

A plane powered only by the sun completed an 18-hour flight from San Francisco to Phoenix on Saturday, as part of journey to cross the United States. Adventurer Bertrand Piccard piloted the craft. Solar Impulse, as the vehicle is called, has a jumbo jet sized wingspan covered with 12,000 photovoltaic cells which capture sunlight to power the craft. Electrical energy stored in batteries is used when the sun isn't shining. The team behind Solar Impulse hope to circumnavigate the globe in 2015. More at NBC News.

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