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Capitol Hill UFOs

Robert Stanley has put together a set of 'Close Encounters on Capitol Hill' photos.

Knapp's News 6/26/11

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on Sasquatch footprints, 2010 UFO nuclear missile incident, and the skeptical viewpoint.

Blind Photographer Up for Award

Legally blind photographer Tara Miller has earned a spot as a finalist in a national photography competition with her remarkable image of lightning over a sunflower field at sunset, titled Fortuitous Twilight.

Knapp's News 6/24/11

Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including video footage of unknown aerial lights in the skies over Hawaii, an opinion piece at The Washington Post on the radicalization of Pakistan’s military, and an article on North Korea's latest round of nuclear tests.

Carl Calleman

Making his debut on C2C is Carl Johan Calleman (pictured). Dr. Calleman fell in love with the native Maya during a trip to Central America in 1979. He became fascinated with their now-famous calendar and, more importantly, why it would have an end date.

Knapp's News 6/19/11

Check out some of the items that have recently captured George Knapp's attention, including this photo by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope of a glowing emerald nebula reminiscent of the ring wielded by the superhero Green Lantern.

Living Laser Beam

Medical researchers from Harvard University have created the world's first living biological laser, according to a report in the journal Nature Photonics.

Disc-shaped UFO Over Jersey

The Jersey Journal has posted three images of an unidentified flying object, reportedly witnessed and photographed by a South Kearny, NJ, woman while at work on Friday. A sighting report has also been filed with MUFON.

Longest Burning Bulb

A light bulb which hangs at a fire station in Livermore, CA will celebrate its 110th year of burning, making it the oldest-known working light bulb in the world.

George & Fans at Health Expo

"I had a great time at the Health Freedom Expo in Chicago with thousands of Coast listeners...who are very concerned and aware of health and health related issues."

--George Noory

An App for Astronauts

When the final shuttle mission launches in early July, it will include a pair of unlikely on-board companions: two Apple iPhones. Equipped with special software to determine altitude, document the Earth below, and detect radiation changes, the inclusion of the interstellar iPhones was only allowed after NASA was assured that they would not interfere with flight equipment. More on the story at Wired.

World's Shortest Man

Filipino Junrey Balawing is expected to be named the world's shortest man on Sunday, when he reaches the qualifying age of 18.

'Vampire Stars' Found

Astronomers have found blue stragglers, also known as "vampire stars", in the heart of our own Milky Way galaxy.

New Mobile Site

Coast to Coast AM is happy to announce that our website is now optimized for mobile device users, specifically for the iPhone and Android platforms.

'Armchair Astronaut' Discovers Mars Anomaly

Using the map program Google Mars, David Martines, a self-described "armchair astronaut," discovered an anomalous structure on the Red Planet he's dubbed "Bio Station Alpha."

Emerging Artists 6/5/11

The first Sunday of every month, George Noory features emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. On the 6/5/11 show, we'll be hearing from ...

Sister Lucia Imposter?

Sunday night's guest, Brother Michael Dimond, shared this comparative image of "the real Sister Lucia and the Impostor Sister Lucia who was installed around the late 1950s."

Woman Hand Feeds Great White

A video making the Internet rounds this week shows world-renowned shark expert Valerie Taylor hand-feeding a great white shark.

Milky Way 'Clone' Captured

An inspiring image of a gigantic Milky Way 'clone' has been captured by astronomers at the European Southern Observatory.

Jellyfish Invasion

At Cocoa Beach in Florida more than 1,600 people were stung by purplish jellyfish that washed up on shore.

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