Uri Geller is the world's most investigated and celebrated paranormalist. He is famous around the globe for his mind bending psychic powers and has led a very unique life shrouded in debate, controversy and mystery. Uri has been studied by scientists who worked with Albert Einstein, worked with the FBI and CIA, has been a pupil of Salvador Dali, and he is also related to Sigmund Freud.
Joining George Knapp for the entire 4-hour show, Uri Geller, one of the world's most celebrated and investigated paranormalists, discussed how his proven powers led him to be given a succession of highly classified espionage roles, known only at the highest levels of the intelligence community.More » Host: George Knapp
Investigator and radio host Ross Hemsworth discussed his explorations of anomalous phenomena, including his research into orbs and ghosts.More » Host: George Noory
During the first three hours, astronaut, scientist, and author Dr. Edgar Mitchell discussed his experiences being part of the Apollo 14 mission, his views on ET visitation, and his research into the nature of consciousness.More » Host: George Noory
Best selling author, William J. Birnes spoke with George about their book Worker in the Light.More » Host: George Noory
This show was a rebroadcast of Uri Geller from 3/25/04, with a first hour appearance of Lauren Weinstein from 10/14/04. Dr. Bruce Goldberg will be rescheduled.More » Host: George Noory
Uri Geller, considered by many to be the world's most celebrated and investigated paranormalist, shared insights into his past and the amazing powers of the mind. As a young child, he said, he was hit in the head by "a sphere of light," and after that he began to manifest psychic skills such as spoonbending.More » Host: George Noory