A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last couple of weeks, including photos of a '727' House, a call for military robots to be banned from space, and a video that takes you to the edge of the universe...
According to a new book, Ghosts Caught on Film 2: Photographs of the Unexplained, researchers have been unable to explain the chilling image captured in Brett Meisner's 1997 photo of Jim Morrison's grave. After extensive analysis of the picture and original negative, photographic experts believe the ghostly image is neither the result of photo manipulation nor a trick of the light. The book concludes the image is 'unexplainable.' More at Sunday Express.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. On the 10/4/09 we heard from Catfish Kray Blues Band, Scott Stecker and the Tennessee Leg Hounds...
The Twilight Zone premiered on CBS 50 years ago today. The first episode, "Where Is Everybody?", was written by series creator Rod Serling and starred Earl Holliman as a man who appears to be the only living inhabitant of an strangely deserted town.
That episode and many others, including classics "The Invaders", "To Serve Man", and "Time Enough At Last", with Burgess Meredith as a bookworm in search of more time to read, can be viewed in full at CBS.com.
Actor Patrick Swayze died today, after a 2-year battle with pancreatic cancer. As a tribute to him, check out a video clip from the end of his movie, Ghost...
A video making the rounds on the Internet purports to show Michael Jackson walking out of the back of the coroner's van after his death...
A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week or so, including stories about another batch of UK UFO files being released, 'intuitive archaeology' used to discover...
UFO witness/abductee Stan Romanek was featured on ABC's Primetime on Tuesday evening. His video recording, which allegedly shows an alien appearing at his kitchen window, was shown as part of the program.
Just released UFO reports from the UK's Ministry of Defence show that sightings spiked in 1996 during the time the alien/UFO-themed blockbuster Independence Day (pictured) was released...
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections. On the 8/2/09 show, we heard from The Cubby Creatures, The Groovy Gang, Kevin Laliberte, Indigenous, The Ormidales, Lalo, & Stone Premonitions.
The annual Comic-Con in San Diego is getting underway on Thursday, July 23rd and will include a zombie parade that night through downtown San Diego...
The winner of the World's Ugliest Dog Competition was Pabst, a boxer-mix, named after the American beer for his "bitter beer face." Miss Ellie, a blind pure breed Chinese Crested Hairless from Tennessee, won the pedigree category..
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.
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.
A piano-playing feline is the latest video sensation to take over the Internet. Originally filmed by Charlie Schmidt 20 years ago, the clip shows Fatso the cat playing an upbeat tune on a keyboard. More at MSNBC.
The first Sunday of every month, George Noory is featuring emerging artists for some of the Bumper Music selections.
Check out the official website for the new film The Haunting in Connecticut, which is based on events Carmen Reed and her family experienced while living in a former funeral home.
A 'sporty' parrot named AJ has become a hit on the popular video-sharing site YouTube. In one video clip the 18-year-old Indian Ringneck Parakeet can be seen playing golf and basketball as well as performing other clever tricks. More at The Telegraph.
Radio legend Paul Harvey died Saturday at a hospital near his winter home in Phoenix. He was 90. Known for his The Rest of the Story commentary, Harvey's radio career spanned more than 70 years. His broadcasts were carried on 1,350 radio stations and 400 Armed Forces Radio Network stations. In 1990, Harvey was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. More at ABC News.
Check out photos of Philip Carlo meeting with the Mafia contract killer, Richard "Ice Man" Kuklinski, who is on the left in this image.
George Noory recently paid a visit to the set of Star Trek Enterprise to watch a taping of one of their final season episodes. Enterprise has had a great run, star Scott Bakula told him. He and George also reminisced about both having lived in the St. Louis area. Scott is checking his schedule to see when he can appear on C2C as a guest.
The American artist J.S.G. Boggs has become known for his artwork which closely resembles currency. Rather than sell his creations, he attempts to use these bills to pay for goods and services.
Roots/alt-country artist Sean Hogan has sent us a new, longer version of his song Conspiracy Radio, which pays tribute to C2C and Art Bell. Enjoy this streamed recording, and visit Hogan's website for details on his upcoming CD release which will feature the song.
Last weekend Art debuted Sean Hogan's new song Conspiracy Radio, which pays tribute to C2C and Art. Hogan, a Roots/alt-country artist from Canada, has made a streaming version of the song available to us.
Lionel Fanthorpe appeared in the role of a Priest in a film with this monstrous creature.