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Deep Sea Oddities

New research cataloging species that live so deeply under the sea that they don't see sunlight found some amazingly weird and outlandish looking creatures. Pictured is a gelatinous 'dumbo' that flaps a pair of large ear-like fins to swim...

Knapp's News 11/22

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including several stories about the H1N1 outbreak in the Ukraine, a revealing interview with one of China's leading UFO researchers, and a news report on UFO sightings in eastern Nevada.

Creepy Collectibles

Missing for over a century, two fingers and a tooth extracted from the body of Galileo Galilei have been rediscovered. The relics were part of a larger haul of "souvenirs" taken by fans of the legendary scientist...

Shroud of Turin Twist

A new wrinkle has emerged in the decades-long debate over the veracity of the Shroud of Turin. A researcher in the Vatican claims to have discovered faint writing on the cloth...

Back Soon in Vancouver

We are pleased to announce that Coast to Coast AM will once again be heard on the airwaves in Vancouver, Canada (our previous affiliate in Vancouver, CFUN, recently switched to an all-sports format). While we don't have the exact start date just yet, we are very happy to welcome CKNW - 980 AM as the newest C2C radio affiliate...

Half Man's Recovery

A Chinese man who had half of his body amputated after an accident, has surprised surgeons with his recovery. Peng Shuilin, 2 ft. 7 inches tall, has become a role model for amputees, and even opened his own discount market...

Knapp's News 11/15

A number of stories have caught George Knapp's attention in the last few weeks, including stories on the "global oil scam," the mysterious death of a UK nuclear expert, and the dangers of the internet.

Meet Dr. Megavolt

November 2009 marks the 40th anniversary of San Francisco's Exploratorium. To celebrate the museum recently featured an electrifying performance by Austin Richards, aka Dr. Megavolt...

55 ft. Snake in China?

A photo of a 55 ft. snake has created a buzz in China. The image purports to show one of two gigantic boas found by workers clearing out a forested area in the Jiangxi province. However, local government officials have labeled the story/photo a hoax...

DARPA's Balloon Challenge

DARPA is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Internet with an unusual 'Network Challenge.' The competition is offering a $40,000 cash prize to the first person who can correctly identify the specific locations of 10 moored, 8-foot weather balloons...

Radio Hall of Fame Broadcast

On Saturday night, November 7th at 10pm ET, George Noory will be hosting the National Radio Hall of Fame broadcast from Chicago. You can watch the induction ceremony live at radiohof.org...

Jesus Image Appears on Truck

Jim Stevens of Jonesborough, Tennessee, doesn't understand why an image resembling Jesus Christ has been appearing in condensation on the driver's side window of his pickup truck. Stevens, who admits he's not particularly religious, said the image has been there nearly every morning for the past two weeks. More at azcentral.com.

Note to Our Vancouver Listeners

Our Vancouver affiliate CFUN, 1400 AM, recently switched to an all-sports format. We are in the process of setting up a new radio station to carry Coast to Coast AM in that area. In the meantime consider our Streamlink subscription service, if you don't want to miss anything.

Bread Breaks Large Hadron Collider

The Large Hadron Collider malfunctioned (again) after a passing bird dropped a piece of bread into the machine, causing it to overheat. The giant particle accelerator, designed to recreate conditions just after the Big Bang, has suffered a series of technical glitches recently. Some physicists have even speculated that the LHC is being sabotaged -- by itself from the future.

Tiny Dino

One of the smallest dinosaurs known to science was recently identified. Weighing an estimated 2 pounds, the Fruitadens haagarorum was a fast-moving plant eater that lived around 150 million years ago...

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