Frank Borzellieri is an American author, professor of journalism, and columnist. Shortly after graduating from college he began a career in journalism. He then became involved in New York City politics, and began writing opinion pieces. Frank's book, The Physics of Dark Shadows: Time Travel, ESP and the Laboratory is about the science behind the supernatural events of the 1960's gothic soap opera Dark Shadows.
In the first half, author Frank Borzellieri and actress Kathryn Leigh Scott discussed the continued popularity of Dark Shadows after more than 40 years. Open Lines followed. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed Comet Elenin, the building blocks of DNA discovered in meteorites, and Alec Newald's encounter with aliens. First hour guest, journalist Frank Borzellieri talked about his new book, Who Believes in Roswell? ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the program, author Frank Borzellieri talked about the gothic soap opera Dark Shadows. Open Lines followed. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show author, professor of journalism, and columnist, Frank Borzellieri discussed his new book The Physics of Dark Shadows: Time Travel, ESP and the Laboratory. He pointed out how many of the bizarre supernatural occurrences on the gothic TV soap opera, Dark Shadows (which ran from 1966-71), have connections to science. During the second half, George opened up the lines and took calls from those with "Camp Fire Scary Stories". ... More »Host: George Noory