In the first half of the program, host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed author and crime researcher, Diane Fanning, who discussed the terrifying case of Tommy Lynn Sells, a serial killer who made his way across the country for two decades. Open Lines followed in the latter half.
NASA/JPL-Caltech has created a set of retro-styled travel posters for three exoplanets discovered by the Kepler Mission.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid has revisited historic Christmas photographs of London and digitally merged them with present day images of the same areas.
Workers put finishing touches to a sculpture prior to the opening of the 27th Harbin Sun Island International Snow Sculpture Art Expo in Harbin, China.
Believed to be the final resting place of over a million people, Rookwood, Australia's oldest and largest cemetery, comes alive each year as it plays host to a sculpture showcase known as 'Hidden.'
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I, German artist Tobias Rehberger was commissioned by the British Navy to resurrect the WWI-era form of ship cloaking known as 'dazzle camouflage.'
Seen from above, this spiral design in the Egyptian desert captured by Google Earth appears mystifying.
A glowing green ice sculpture of a fantasy creature is featured at the Magical Ice Kingdom at Hyde Park in London, England.
Stemming from Irish mythology, the term banshee refers to a female spirit or fairy who begins to wail if someone is about to die.
Artist Nickolay Lamm has created a set of photographs that show how a cat's vision differs from humans.
Pictured is "Guardian Angels" by Judith Kirby, one of the pieces featured in a "Hidden" Sculpture Walk at Rockwood Cemetery in Sydney, Australia.
A 40-foot-tall rubber duckie designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman has embarked on a world tour of 13 cities.
English 'micro-artist' Willard Wigan latest creation celebrates the Apollo 11 mission by depicting Buzz Aldrin's moonwalk inside the eye of a needle
An anti-speeding campaign for South Australia's Motor Accident Commission (MAC) featured the work of body painting illustrator Emma Hack, who painted 17 humans to appear as a wrecked sedan.
In a bizarre incident near Kalispell, Montana, a man dressed in a Bigfoot costume was struck and killed by two vehicles on Highway 93.
Linda Godfrey shares her drawing of a creature reported in California and Alabama that appears to blend canid and felid characteristics, which she has dubbed the Doberman Lynx.
Lyle Blackburn shares two illustrations in tandem with his 4/24/12 appearance.
Linda Moulton Howe shares two images in tandem with her 1/26/12 report.
After striking a pose for an amateur photographer, Samuel, a gibbon living in England's Bristol Zoo, saw his portrait claim first prize in a competition
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections
Check out our selections for C2C's Halloween Gallery 2011.
Kim Carlsberg shares two of her illustrations. The first depicts the 'Galactic Family;' the second relates to Miriam Delicado's ET experience.
Brad Steiger sent in several illustrations to accompany his first hour discussion of space beings.
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.
Frustrated after 15 years of mundane projects as an interior decorator, UK painter Robert Burns has turned the inside of his modest home into a lavish re-creation of Rome's Sistine Chapel...