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Last Show Recap

Richard Syrett welcomes Dr. Richard Alan Miller, a pioneer in the annals of metaphysical and paranormal exploration. He will discuss protocols that were developed for the Navy SEALs to create super soldiers and how these tools can be used today for your own personal evolution of consciousness. In part two, inventor and scientist Aaron Murakami will discuss his research, theories, and experiments into using water as a fuel. Murakami says the fuel that another pioneering researcher was making was from electrolyzed water and ionized air - the real fuel is a product of these two components.

From 6-10p PT, Art Bell: Somewhere in Time travels back to February 28, 1996, for a night of Open Lines with discussions about the 1996 primary elections, earthquakes, Cuban concerns, UFOs, the battle of good vs. evil, and NASA recovering a $40 million satellite.

Upcoming Shows

Sun 05-01  Positive Thinking/ Electric Universe Mon 05-02  2016 Predictions/ Secret Government Experiments Tue 05-03  Measuring the Supernatural/ Open Lines Wed 05-04  Natural Healing/ Spiritual Transformation Thu 05-05  Ghost Hunting/ Mind Power Fri 05-06  AntiGravity Ray/ TBA

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Michael E. Bell

Special Guest

Biography:

Close your eyes and imagine a Vampire. Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula. But another kind of vampire was believed to live in rural New England, where on March 17, 1892, three corpses were exhumed from Rhode Island cemetery. One of the bodies was that of Mercy Brown, who had succumbed to consumption. It appeared to her family that she had turned over in her grave. They cut out her heart, which still had blood in it, burned it on a nearby rock, and fed her ashes to her ailing brother. In his fascinating investigation of this shocking custom, Bell relates the stories of twenty families who dug up their loved ones to save the living.

Books:

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