My family lives in Reno, Nevada. My daughter had gone up to Virginia City to take pictures for a high school English project. She bought a disposable camera and proceeded to take photos about the town. The last place she visited was the old cemetery on the northern hill overlooking Virginia City. After doing some paper rubbings of various grave stones, she proceeded to take photos of some of the old gravesites. What you see in this picture (click on for larger) defies explanation! Did she unknowingly capture a ghostly picture of ectoplasm? Take a closer look! This photo has not been manipulated. No one was smoking while the photo was being taken. This is actually the 20th picture on a roll of 24 exposures and none of the other photos displayed this strange phenomenon! You be the judge! --Mark Easter firstname.lastname@example.org
Excerpt: Streamlink Chat with remote viewer Ed Dames from 1/27/04White Rose Greetings., Your opinion please, re: the recent very severe weather. I think that this is just a taste and that there will be more storms this year and an even more severe winter weather season next year. ed dames As I mentioned years ago: first the weather will change so drastically that crops will not be able to be grown as before, next: disease aztlanista Can the past be remote viewed? Have you ever done so? What did you "see?" ed dames Mostly reconstructing/recreating events -- the way that they actually (factually) occurred. Guest Ed~ When you RVd the Earth, although you did not find it hollow, did you find it catacombed with man made caverns? ed dames There are caverns
Dr Zero Are the Chinese going to be a major threat to us any time soon? ed dames Major threat! Are you kidding? They have already conquered the American empire. moonbeam Hi Ed, In your opinion, doe
Lionel Fanthorpe appeared in the role of a Priest in a film with this monstrous creature.
A recent article in the St. Petersburg Times reported that the parting of the Red Sea as written about in the Bible, may have had a scientific explanation relating to the speed of winds and tides. Ufological connections have also been used to explain the miraculous event that happened during the Jewish exodus from Egypt (pictured in the painting by Markovich). In Barry H. Downing's 1990 article Did a UFO Part the Red Sea? published in UFO Magazine, he suggests that the "pillar of cloud of fire" that guided the Jews may have actually been a cigar shaped or cylindrical UFO, the inhabitants of which communicated directly with Moses. Echoing the author Morris Jessup, Downing writes "the exodus UFO moved to a position directly under the Red Sea, turning on its propulsion system to high force." The system's electromagnetic nature could yield a force field, "which would create the reported effect of straight walls which so amazed the Jews," Downing theorized. --L.L.
This image (click on for larger) from David Grinspoon's book Lonely Planets asks the question:"Which is the author and which is the alien?"
This diagram (click on to view in full) is from Antony Sutton's book America's Secret Establishment. It depicts various levels of organizations, going from larger "outer circle" groups like the CFR, to a smaller "inner core," which is essentially "a secret society within a secret society," he writes.
Two startling UFO images have recently come to light. This Australian UFO was photographed north of Melbourne. A possible UFO was also seen in this SOHO satellite image published on Unknown Country.
Pictured (click on for larger) is the dazzling cover image for James Gardner's book Biocosm. It was created by Peter Crowther/Debut Art. View more of his illustrations.
Katie K. sent in this illustration (click on for larger) and description of a recent UFO sighting: A couple weeks before Xmas, my husband and I went out to dinner at a restaurant just north of Appleton, Wisconsin. As we were returning, we spotted something over the city that intrigued us. It looked like a large piece of sheet metal or some other material falling rapidly straight downward over the city, probably about a mile or so from where we were on the highway. The edges were glowing as if on fire and it left a smoke trail as it fell. It disappeared just before it hit the ground. We have no clue what it was, so I made an image depicting what we saw and am attaching it. What do you think?
Lev Navrozov has written about the dangers of "nano superweapons." In this interview with Ryan Mauro, he outlines how such devices could be deployed. You can view Lex's animated gif by clicking on the image.
One of the guests Peter Davenport presented on Saturday night was MUFON field investigator, Kim Shaffer. He shot this video segment (requires Windows Media Player)in Bristol, Tennessee on August 3rd, 2003. Shaffer said the "disc" was copper colored, highly reflective and totally featureless.
Pictured is the strange ice circle discovered on December 28, 2003, by Vaughn Hobe at MudLake in Horton, Michigan, about fifteen miles south of Jackson. The photo (click on for larger), showing a "splash pattern" surrounding a thinner center circle, was taken by Ted Robertson © 2004.
Pictured is a detail from a fresco (click on to see full image) made in 1350 which depicts the Crucifixion and two craft flying above the scene. For more images of the type, visit Matthew Hurley's excellent repository, ufoartwork.com.
In tandem with Betty Eadie's appearance tonight, we present an artwork by David Wesley Jarvis, entitled Passage into Spirit (click on for larger). "This painting is an attempt to portray some of the levels and passages of mortal and Spiritual life with symbols," writes Jarvis. To view more of his art, visit David Jarvis Prints.
Lest we let Art Bell live down the time he accidentally glued his lips together, I offer this gentle reminder. It's all in fun, Mr. Bell...
I created the True or False site as a tool for myself and for the people on your[Streamlink] message boards to help them remember all the predictions made by yourguests. I know Sean David Morton and Ed Dames both get a hard time fromthe critics (me included lol) so I wanted to document all that they sayto see if they really do come up with some positive results. I live in Manchester, England but I alsospend a lot of time in the US in New Jersey. I have been listening toCoast for over 6 years now and it just gets better and better. I have tolisten on Streamlink when I am over here in England because of the timedifference. -- Simon Aspinall
Howard Lyman is pictured here (click on for larger) at Prionics in Switzerland, a biotech company that develops tests for prion diseases such as BSE and CJD. The infectious agents known as prions are malformed protein particles that are thought to be spread when animalseat the infected remains of their own species or other species.
For the ultimate in relocation, check out these vacant lots on One Martian Place courtesy of 3cim. (requires JAVA)
George Noory gave a report on Monday's show about the recent "time travel" experiment he underwent just after Christmas. He described the experience as being more akin to hypnosis or remote viewing rather than any kind of physical travel. In the experiment which was conducted by Dr. Irving Glotch, George was induced into a type of trance state, by wearing a helmet that was outfitted with revolving eye goggles. Additionally, he said sound vibrations were played in his ear and he was touched with a pulse generator at the back of his neck. George said his first target, "The Dark Ages," did not yield significant mental imagery or information. However he considered his second objective, "Roswell, July 1947" to be a success. "This one was weird," said George. He viewed a hospital that was staffed by nuns, and saw a glowing object, which he described as similar to the Kecksburg UFO (acorn-shaped). While this was not the Roswell incident George expected to see, in subsequent research he
Have a pair of 3-D glasses around? You can use them to view this stereoscopic image (click on for larger) sent back by NASA's rover "Spirit," which landed on the surface of Mars on Saturday night. More images and updates are available on the jpl.nasa.gov site.
Our new year 2004 equals a "6" ( 2 + 0 + 0 + 4 = 6), tonight's guest Glynis McCants writes in an article she penned for the latest issue of After Dark. Here is an excerpt, in which she tells us what to expect in 2004: "The 6 represents home and family. If you are not in a relationship, it's time to look at love and say, "Is it time for me to settle down?" If there is somebody in your life that you don't feel good about, this is the year to end it. If there's a business you want to start, this is a good time to make it happen." "This is also a year to sign a long-term contract, as opposed to the year 2003, where everything felt pretty shaky. The 6 is a much calmer cycle. We all need to learn to say, 'It's going good and I deserve it!' "
The above collage, created by Lex Lonehood celebrates 2003 as seen through Coasttocoastam.com. Click on the image to view larger. Here is a list of the collage's components. Hoagland on MarsArt's WebcamJames Arthur's Santa/Mushroom ImageTim Sheppard's Banner of George & C2CLiza Phoenix's Banner for C2CThe Demon AsterothTime Travel DeviceAlien Implant Removal SurgeryBirth AnnouncementKirk Mints' Caricature of Art BellDavid Icke PhotoEyes of NostradamusDenise Elles-Slocum Drawing: George meets ETs
Jeff and Jennifer S. of Milan Portrait Co. announce the arrival of their son Aston Riley (click on picture to view larger) born Sept 22. "His nickname is Smeagol and he goes to sleep every night listening to Coast to Coast." Happy Halloween!
All images by Michael Portanova, photographer for A & S Research. #1 (l to r) George Noory, Tom Danheiser, Dr. Roger Leir #2 Surgery image #3 Surgery image #4 Surgery image #5 Implant (near scissors at top) #6 Close-up of Implant #7 George Noory & Dr. Leir
Photo from 9/27
Artist Kirk Mints sent in a caricature to celebrate Art Bell's return to the airwaves. Click here to view larger.