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Martian Anomalies

Tonight's guest Sir Charles Shults sent us an image which coveys the vast number of enigmatic objects seen on the Martian surface.

The Year in Paranormal

Stephen Wagner of About.com: Paranormal Phenomena presents a round-up of the top paranormal events of 2008, including ghosts, Bigfoot, Earth mysteries, psychic activity, and strange creatures (the 'Creepy Gnome' of Argentina is pictured).

George K.'s Music Picks

George Knapp shares some music video picks:I Want An Alien for Christmas by Fountains of WayneUFO by Sneaky Sound SystemFa La Freezing by My First EarthquakeThe Great Gig in the Sky by Pink Floyd (asteroid impact video).

A New Golden Record?

On a public broadcasting radio station in Belgium, a plan was recently discussed to create a new Golden Record to send into space, as it's been over 30 years since the Voyager Golden Record was launched inside the Voyager spacecraft (now outside our solar system). Intended to be received by ET intelligences, the Record contains sounds and images of life on Earth.

Goat: Gotten

For the past 42 years, a town in Sweden has erected this massive straw goat in honor of the holiday season. And, in 23 of those years, vandals have destroyed it. Sadly, the 2008 edition met its demise this past weekend, once again by fire. More on the story here.

A New Golden Record?

On a public broadcasting radio station in Belgium, a plan was recently discussed to create a new Golden Record to send into space.

Purple Craze

This purple squirrel has become a sensation at a school in England after it began making frequent visits around the campus. Wildlife experts are at a loss to explain the rodent's unique color, though speculate that it may be a result of a run-in with a discarded printer.More on the story here.

Glynis McCants Chat Excerpts

Below are excerpts from last week's one hour+ Q & A with numerologist Glynis McCants, our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat. She presented information on people's Destiny Number and gave personal readings. Members can read/print the full transcript.

Exopolitics Update

First hour guest, researcher Paola Harris, pictured with a replica of Gort, the robot from the original Day the Earth Stood Still, sent us some photos of UFOs in the Italian Alps, and presented an update on UFOs and Exopolitics (the political implications of the ET presence). She recently spoke at an Exopolitics conference in Italy, with participants from such countries as France, Germany, Sweden, and Denmark. Harris, who's teaching courses at the Exopolitics Institute, noted that entertainment stars, such as Robbie Williams, are starting to get involved in the cause.

John DeSalvo Images

John DeSalvo sent us a set of images to accompany his presentation. Pictured is a portrait of the Seeress of Prevorst, the subject of his new book.

Alien-Like Squid Filmed

A remote camera a mile and a half underwater has captured video footage of an alien-like squid with "elbows." More at National Geographic News.

Holiday Half-Truths

Poison poinsettias, body heat escaping through your head, and an upsurge in suicides are just a few of the commonly held beliefs from the holiday season that researchers have deemed "medical myths." The New York Times has more on the story.

Mark of the Beast?

This massive paw print is the latest evidence of an alleged "big cat" that has been sighted by numerous residents of Cannock Chase, England. The reports of the feline have been so plentiful over the years that it is has become known as "The Cannock Chase Beast." More on the story here.

New Finding on Mars

Evidence for carbonate minerals has shown up on Mars in the eroded terrain of Nili Fossae. Formed in the presence of water, such areas might once have provided a suitable habitat for life. More at New Scientist.

Dinosaur News

First hour guest, archaeologist & cryptozoologist Dennis Swift spoke about new discoveries, such as the fossil remains of a giant raptor found in Argentina that would have measured between 16 to 21-feet long. He also discussed "living dinosaurs," creatures thought to be extinct, yet reports and evidence he's gathered, suggest they may have been alive in the last few hundred years.

Giant Magnetic Breach

NASA's THEMIS spacecraft recently discovered a giant breach in Earth's magnetic field, and as a result, we may be in for more powerful geomagnetic storms. Additionally, researchers were surprised at the way the breach was formed. For more, see this article/video from NASA.

Lionel Fanthorpe Visit

In the last hour, Lionel Fanthorpe joined the show to share some tales and take phone calls. He spoke about the Flannan Isle mystery, in which three lighthouse keepers disappeared together around 1900. Though legend has it these men were turned into seabirds, a giant wave, like a tsunami, may have washed them away, he said.

Mystical Paintings

Marilynn Hughes shares several of her paintings of things she's seen during mystical experiences. View the images.

Turkey's Underworld

Accidentally discovered in 1963, Turkey's Derinkuyu is a true archeological wonder. Descending 20 levels deep, the sophisticated subterranean city was used by native Turks to hide from invading armies. More on this underground marvel, including images, here.

Killer Robot Video

Check out this video of a Dec. 2 flight of the Multiple Kill Vehicle (MKV), a robotic drone designed to be launched into space to take out enemy ballistic missiles. During the test, the MKV showcased its advanced maneuverability, hovering in place and moving side to side using its on board retro-rockets. In space, the MKVs would leave their carrier missiles, track hostile nuclear warheads, and destroy them using big bullets called "kinetic interceptors." Read more at FOXNews.com.

Friday's Big Full Moon

Friday's full moon will be the biggest and brightest of the year. According to NASA, the Moon will appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full moons seen so far this year. The reason? The Moon's elliptical orbit causes its distance from Earth to vary. Tonight's full moon will be only 221,560 miles from our planet, the closest it has been in the last 15 years. More from National Geographic.

Economy Update

First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente offered commentary on the economy. We'll start to see the "Great Collapse of '09" beginning in February when a lot of retailers will go belly-up, he said. Further, he warned there could be a run on banks in the U.S., in which the government will declare a "bank holiday," limiting how much money a person could take out of their accounts.

Nazca Lines

The mysterious Nazca Lines in the desert of western Peru were created on such a huge scale that the shapes (such as the pictured Spider) can only be perceived from the air. Check out a set of photos posted on Sacred Destinations, and an Archaeological Map from Mystery Peru.

NDE/Afterlife Survey

Dr. Jeff Long is hosting a special event for C2C listeners-- a web-based survey that asks you to calculate how strongly you believe Near Death Experiences prove the existence of an afterlife.

Revisioning the Sphinx

Egypt's Sphinx might originally have had the head of a lion, two researchers recently suggested. Because the head and body of the Sphinx are disproportionate, the face of a pharaoh, possibly modeled after Khufu, could have been re-carved on the monument at a later date.

D.C. Symbology

William Henry has provided several comparative images to accompany his interview on tonight's program. Click here to see the complete gallery.

Forrest J Ackerman, 92

Forrest J Ackerman, the writer and editor credited with discovering author Ray Bradbury and coining the term "sci-fi", has died. He was 92. Known for his love of all things science fiction, Ackerman said he fell in love with the genre as a small boy and saw an issue of Amazing Stories. He held onto the publication for the rest of his life. Ackerman also founded the sci-fi pulp magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland. More from BBC News.

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