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Filling in for George, Richard Syrett welcomed author specializing in the paranormal, metaphysics and conspiracies, Marie D. Jones, for a discussion on topics related to mind control. Open Lines followed in the second half of the program.

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James Choron

Special Guest

Biography:

Dr. James Lee Choron is a journalist and writer living in Mamontovka, a suburb of Moscow, Russia. He has been an active journalist for over 35 years. Dr. Choron is considered to be one of the leading authorities in the field of the Paranormal and in a wide range of historical subjects related to the United States and Eastern Europe.

Dr. Choron is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in History, as well as a graduate of Moscow State University with a Masters Degree and a PhD in the same subject. Dr. Choron has numerous hobbies, primarily related to the “unexplained” and Historical research, both of which he has been involved for many years.

Books:

Past Shows:

Open Lines with Richard Syrett

Filling in for George Noory, special guest host Richard Syrett hosted a night of Open Lines. First hour guest, writer James Choron (book link), discussed the mysterious case of King Bird Five Zero, a B-50A Bomber that went missing in December 1947 and reappeared 50 years later at Thule AFB in Greenland. ... More »

Host: Richard Syrett
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