First hour guest, Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles reported on a glowing disc encounter in New Mexico in 1974, in which the military was present. She interviewed two witnesses to the event who described a craft that was 40 ft. in diameter and had an intense glow like a fluorescent bulb. An illustration (view larger) of in the incident is pictured. For more, see Linda's full report.
NASA has outlined preliminary details for a manned voyage to Mars, BBC News is reporting. Assembled in low-Earth orbit, the "Mars ship," with a cryogenic fuel propulsion system, would begin its journey in February 2031. Staffed with a "minimal crew," it would take six to seven months to get to the Red Planet. For more, click here.
We're featuring three images from Ken Klein's photo gallery of his trip to Egypt. Pictured is the Red Granite rock used for the ceiling in the King's chamber.
Dave Talbott & Wallace Thornhill have made available their video,Thunderbolts of the Gods, an introduction to the Electric Universe. The 1+ hour presentation can be viewed for free on Google Video.
We received several illustrations from Barbara Lamb & Nadine Lalich's forthcoming book Alien Experiences. Included are three types of extraterrestrials as described by an abductee. Click here to view.
Robert Young Pelton's website includes an interactive map of the world's Dangerous Places. Each country is graded on a 4-color scale ranging in potential risk from "A Vacation with Grandma" to "Could Be Your Last Trip." Clicking on particularly troubled areas will bring up special reports which provide further information and travel warnings.
A pair of American cosmologists, Profs Lawrence Krauss of Case Western Reserve University and James Dent of Vanderbilt University, believe mankind's activities could be shortening the life of the universe. According to a report in New Scientist, the cosmologists claim that by merely observing dark energy astronomers may have nudged the universe closer to its death. "Incredible as it seems, our detection of the dark energy may have reduced the life-expectancy of the universe," Prof Krauss said. Read more at Telegraph.co.uk.
Marking the 44th anniversary of JFK's assassination, a crowd gathered today in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, where witness Ernest Brandt shared his account. Meanwhile, an assassination plot to kill JFK in Chicago was recently revealed.
First hour guest, psychic medium Hans King checked in with an update. His recent efforts include starting a school for mediumship and intuition. As 2012 approaches, he foresees a shift in consciousness, an abandonment of old ways of doing things, and a possible "celestial event" (though nothing as dramatic as a meteor strike). He also expressed concern over lack of water, and suggested that more efforts be made to convert saltwater into fresh water.
R2D2 and C3PO, the fictional robots in Star Wars (pictured) made an impression with their human-like personas. 30 years later, here's a look at the very latest in robotics: A robot camel jockey won an inventors' prize. The Ripsaw unmanned tank can plow through small buildings. Korea has developed 'emotional' robots. A robotic cockroach fooled other roaches into thinking it was one of them. The WAO-1 is billed as a face-massaging robot. The military has developed a robotic spy bird to keep an eye on things. And Honda's Asimo, an autonomous robot, is now in its 2nd generation.
'Ambassador to other dimensions,' Victoria Liljenquist, sent us some of her UFO photos. Click here to view.
Christopher O'Brien provided this photo of a strange craft flying sideways over the San Luis Valley on August 20, 2007 (click for larger image). O'Brien has ruled out several common explanations for the odd aerial phenomenon. "It is not the ISS... I don't think it is a balloon or anything conventional," he explained.
Sananda's Eagles has put together an online gallery of works of art with depictions of spaceships in them. Included in the selection is the painting of "The Baptism of Christ" by Aert de Gelder (pictured), which shows a disc-shaped object in the sky emitting beams of light. More info here.
2012 may bring an end to the Mayan calendar, but that year might also mark the beginning of George Noory's political career. According to WorldNetDaily, various advisers have been urging the Coast host to run in the 2012 presidential election. "The middle class of the United States is being sold out to multi-national corporations with a globalist agenda," he told the news site in an email. Voters are crying out for major change in Washington D.C., but George said he plans to stay on the air with Coast to Coast well beyond 2016. Read more here.
According to an article at Crop Circle Connector, the October 25th explosion of Comet 17P Holmes was illustrated schematically in English crop circle formations two years earlier (see image). View additional photos and read more about this compelling theory here.
A mysterious, blue cloud (pictured) appeared to float and dart around customers' cars at a gas station in Ohio, causing some to wonder if it was an angel or a ghost. View more photos and video at local6.com.
Dr. Bruce Goldberg has provided several images to accompany his interview on tonight's program. View them here.
Japan's Kaguya probe, now in lunar orbit, recently beamed back the first ever high-definition video footage of the moon's surface. The clip consists of two sequencesone shot over the northern part of Oceanus Procellarum toward the Moon's north pole; the other is a fly over of the western side of Oceanus Procellarum. More info at JAXA.jp.
An Italian musician claims to have uncovered a musical score hidden in Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece The Last Supper (pictured above on a laptop screen). "It sounds like a requiem," Giovanni Maria Pala said. "It's like a soundtrack that emphasizes the passion of Jesus." Pala's findings have been published in the book "La Musica Celata" (which means "The Hidden Music"). Read more here.Photo: AP/Gregorio Borgia
The Ghost Whisperer site offers a variety of web-only content, including the section Ask Mary Ann. In this new feature, ghost communicator Mary Ann Winkowski offers letter writers advice on matters of death, spirits and the unknown.
Check out this video clip (Win | Real) from James Fox's documentary Out of the Blue. In it, the late astronaut Gordon Cooper describes seeing a saucer-shaped object land in a dry lakebed. More clips from the film can be viewed here.
A couple luckily escaped injury when a 600-lb. cow fell 200 feet off a cliff and landed on the hood of their minivan. "It was 'bam'- you just saw something come down and hit the hood," the driver Charles Everson Jr. said of the incident that occurred in Chelan County, WA. For more, visit KING5.com.
One of Dr. Fred Bell's newest inventions is the Chrysilladome. The object, which is worn on the head, was inspired by the psychic enhancement work of Edgar Cayce and is said to improve concentration and creativity. It's the "world's most powerful pyramid for its size, " writes Bell.
King Tutankhamun's face has gone on display for the first time, in a climate-controlled case inside his tomb complex in Egypt. For more info and photos, visit BBC News.
Over the last several months, the world's smallest horse has been bringing large doses of joy to sick children across the United States. Thumbelina, who has been drawn to sick children ever since she was a foal, stands just 17-1/2 inches tall and weighs only 57 pounds. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Thumbelina is the smallest horse ever recorded. More details and a video report available at OrlandoSentinel.com.
According to a story posted at ThirdEyeConcept.com, a creature resembling a unicorn (pictured) has been caught on video by a couple vacationing in Switzerland. The mysterious animal makes a brief appearance about 30 seconds into the video. Check it out here.
Some of the most bizarre scientific experiments ever conducted were recently counted down in New Scientist. Among them-- an elephant was given a huge dose of LSD, a dog had a second head grafted on, and animal corpses were positioned on a seesaw in order to restart their circulation. Read more at The Guardian.
NYC artist Kevin Carroll created a cartoon in honor of tonight's broadcast. View it here.