Fifty miles off the coast of Nantucket, 250 feet beneath the Atlantic, lies the RMS Republic and her secret treasure. As soon as Republic sank, rumors spread of a precious cargo, but the ship has kept her secrets intact for over a century, until now. Life-long treasure hunter Martin Bayerle joined Connie Willis (email) for all four hours to discuss how he has devoted the past 35 years of his life researching the shipwreck and proving the existence of her reputed cargo of 150,000 American Eagle gold coins, a bounty worth a billion dollars in today’s economy, and his quest to recover the it on his second attempt at the Republic.
Marilynn Hughes makes paintings based on what she's seen during her out-of-body travels. Featured here is her painting titled Babaji...
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. Tonight, we'll hear from The Tea and Pistol Revue, Hudson and the Hoo Doo Cats, The George-Edwards Group, Mona Leigh, Trucker, Lorie McCloud & Pam Washam, and Phases of Life.
Denise Elles shares her birthday greeting for George Noory, featuring a rendition of the classic 'Day The Earth Stood Still' saucer...
Don Schmitt created this artwork depicting an interplanetary craft of unknown origin that crashed in southeastern New Mexico during a severe storm in the summer of 1947.
One of Linda Moulton Howe's reports concerns a 300-ft-long triangular craft seen by Kris Bales (who created this illustration).
On May 24, thousands of Rio de Janeiro residents saw a flying saucer appear in the sky over Copacabana beach. The craft, however, was of terrestrial origin-- a design by artist Peter Coffin.
Is this car in the process of disappearing? British design student Sara Watson painted the vehicle to create the illusion of invisibility, merging it with the background of the parking lot.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections.
In the first hour, Ian spoke with comic book artist and writer David Mack. Mack talked about his original multi-volume series, Kabuki, as well as his work on Daredevil and a New Avengers project. He also shared an illustration, from his book The Shy Creatures, of various cryptozoological animals building a strange snowman.
We received several images that are featured in P.M.H. Atwater's Big Book of Near-Death Experiences, such as this detail from a Hieronymus Bosch painting. Click here to view.
From earthfiles.com: "Drawing of J-Rod (an EBE or extraterrestrial biological entity) by mechanical engineer, Bill Uhouse, based on J-Rod's appearance dressed in a human man's shirt in 1970s or early 1980s at a conference table with physicist Edward Teller and eighteen scientists, including Uhouse.
Thanks to all who answered our call for "spooky art" to accompany this year's Ghost-to-Ghost broadcasts. View Halloween Gallery II, featuring some of the most intriguing responses we received. View Gallery One.
Adnan Saleem of Destination Creation has uncovered the secret reason why George is on radio and not television.
Pictured is a drawing made by Teresa Barbatelli depicting the 'Tall White Extraterrestrials' that Charles Hall said he encountered. On the right is a forensic drawing of a 'Tall White' alien by Lynette Ruiz, a Forensic composite artist.
Those wacky "aliens with issues" are back in a new adventure. Check out the Ebejeebies X-Mas Festive Holiday Special, courtesy of Mike Majestic, Jeff Lilly and vulnepro.com.
Lest we let Art Bell live down the time he accidentally glued his lips together, I offer this gentle reminder. It's all in fun, Mr. Bell...
Thanks to Art Bandini for providing tonight's logo image. On the right, Art's Webcam, with Art & Ramona.
Jeff and Jennifer S. of Milan Portrait Co. announce the arrival of their son Aston Riley (pictured) born Sept 22. "His nickname is Smeagol and he goes to sleep every night listening to Coast to Coast." Happy Halloween!
Architecture student Mui-Ling Teh creates tiny origami models -- some just 2mm in length. It takes her about 10 minutes to painstakingly fold each miniature flower, plane and bird. Mui-Ling's paper sculptures are so small they can only truly be appreciated in close-up photos.