Holly Drennan Deyo graduated from the University of Missouri in Kansas City with a BA in English and understudies in Sociology and Geology. Although her first love was writing and research, this career was interrupted in order to run a family business for 14 years. Determined to put homemaking on the front burner, Holly retired and embarked upon preparedness research. In addition, Holly authored, 'Dare to Prepare', a 500 page reference book on preparedness.
Authors Stan & Holly Deyo discussed possible cataclysmic Earth changes, and Hopi prophecy, which paints a bleak picture for the United States. First hour guest, author Howard Bloom talked about the anti-Wall St. protest in NYC. ... More »Host: George Noory
Physicist and author Stan Deyo discussed such topics as earthquake swarms, Planet X, solar flares, UFO technology, and biblical prophecy. First hour guest, John Austin talked about zombies, and his handbook for the 'undead,' which features illustrations and diagrams. ... More »Host: George Noory
Authors Stan Deyo and his wife Holly Drennan Deyo discussed earth changes, prophecy, social unrest, and what we can do to prepare for the coming upheaval. Organizer Michael P. Farris provides info about an International Treaty Law that could intrude on parents' rights to raise their children as they see fit. ... More »Host: George Noory
Preparedness experts and authors, Stan Deyo and his wife Holly Drennan Deyo, spoke about how to anticipate and survive various disasters, both natural and man-made. The next 5-6 years could give us some real grief in terms of global warming and natural disasters, as the sun is in a period of higher activity, said Stan. He currently foresees a possible major quake in the Australia/New Guinea area as there has been a build up of forces on the tectonic plates in that region. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author and historian Laurence Gardner returned to Coast on Tuesday night, for a follow-up discussion of his book, Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, which has been optioned to serve as the basis for a Hollywood film by Living Element Pictures. Gardner said he was pleased with the idea of "moving his academic work into mainstream entertainment." ... More »Host: George Noory