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.
George Knapp shares some online items that have recently caught his attention, including a report by The Humane Society on puppy mills, a piece with video on why the US Air Force is developing hypersonic weapons, an essay on the astonishing mathematical achievements of the late John Nash, and an article on the world's oldest murder case which happened 430,000 years ago.
This week our two free audio clips are from ten years ago-- May 2005, when psychologist Dr. Sally Rhine Feather and paranormal investigator Michael Schmicker joined together to discuss various types of extrasensory perceptions, and author Steve Alten shared his surprising research about the Loch Ness Monster.
This week our two free audio clips are from seven years ago-- May 2008, when paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren shared his research on the Church of Satan, including a conjuring of the devil, and scientific researcher of ancient artifacts, Richard Shafsky, discussed mysterious ancient crystal skulls.
George Knapp shares a number of news items that have recently caught his attention including articles on an effort to make Nessie the national animal of Scotland, a baffling death in Los Angeles
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including articles on the power of elves in Iceland, and the quest to revive the extinct Mammoth
Today's new stories include details about what Lee Harvey Oswald was doing in Mexico just before the JFK assassination, a prehistoric monster crocodile, and a strange aurora in the Martian atmosphere
This week, our two free audio clips are from eight years ago-- March 2007, when writer Duncan Lunan recounted his translation of mysterious space echoes that were first reported in the 1920's, and psychophysiologist Dr. Stephen LaBerge enumerated some benefits/applications of lucid dreaming.
Today's new stories include a fascinating new theory about Stonehenge, a just discovered 2,000 year-old mask of Pan, and emerging criticisms of the Mars One project.
Today's news stories include articles about how scientists are attempting to grow chicken meat in the lab, the plan to excavate 3,000 skeletons from the 'Bedlam' cemetery, and animal blood that comes in a rainbow of colors
Today's stories include articles on 100 inches of snow that fell in Italy in 18 hours, a caught and released car-sized stingray, and a new academic study on ghost beliefs
Today's news stories include articles about an ancient ocean on Mars, the discovery of a stone tool in Oregon possibly dating back over 15,000 years, and theories about the MH-370 disappearance
Today's news stories include articles about how the global flood toll will triple by 2030, the discovery of a jaw bone fossil dating back 2.8 million years, and a large fireball seen over Kerala, India
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about time travel and the 'grandfather paradox.'
Off the coast of New Zealand, a large unexplained wake was spotted via Google Earth, leaving some to speculate that it might have been caused by a giant sea creature.
The complete skeleton of a woolly mammoth with full tusks just sold at auction for over $300,000.
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about a Roswell UFO researcher who claims to have a picture of aliens.
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about whether Ebola could be turned into a biowarfare agent.
The fossilized remains of a newly discovered long-necked dinosaur have taken the title for the largest terrestrial animal.
A bright blue lobster was recently caught by fisherman Jay LaPlante off the coast of Maine.
This past weekend, Moth Night took place across the UK, which included a moth count/survey by enthusiasts.