Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 9/9/97 for a night of Open Lines on topics ranging from the Heaven's Gate cult to the Phoenix Lights, including a surprise call from Frances Barwood, a Phoenix city council member looking for answers about the UFO incident.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/23/97 when Brian Shock from the Alcor Life Extension Foundation talked about his work with Cryonics — the frozen preparation of the human body for reanimation.
Art Bell: Somewhere In Time traveled back to February 26, 1998, when weird things were happening in the skies of Colorado. Listen closely for a caller who claims he is the man responsible for leaking the MJ12 documents.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 10/22/96 for a night of Open Lines, including such topics as the Philadelphia Experiment, cattle mutilations, the Quickening, flammable tap water, frog deformities, and more.
Author, near death experiencer, and hospice volunteer, Dannion Brinkley, is chairman of the Twilight Brigade, his nonprofit service for veterans consists of several thousand volunteers nationwide. The Brigade are dedicated to being at the bedside of our nation's... More »
Coast to Coast AM expanded to five full hours of coverage, as the US 2016 election results continued to pour in, and Donald Trump's presidential victory became a reality. In the first hour, John Curtis, and Howard Bloom shared their commentary and analysis. Author and... More »
Journalist and filmmaker Rich Martini discussed his incredible journey searching for evidence of the afterlife via various means including hypnotherapy and past life regressions. He believes that those who have passed on can be contacted for information and advice and he described how this can be done. Open Lines followed in the... More »
In the first half, actor and filmmaker Sean Stone shared his thoughts on the New World Order, the JFK assassination, and his upcoming documentary "Century of War." 'Sound Off' Open Lines were featured in the latter half.
On Halloween night, George Noory hosted the traditional "Ghost to Ghost AM" Halloween show, where callers shared tales of ghostly encounters and contact with the afterworld. First hour guest, expert on the paranormal and metaphysical, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, began the haunted night discussing Halloween traditions and... More »
Author and researcher Mitch Horowitz discussed the growing popularity of witchcraft, and the worldwide revival of Wicca and pagan traditions. Yet, with this upsurge, there has been an unfortunate growing wave of violence against witches. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.
Researcher and monster investigator Linda Godfrey discussed her strange creature investigations and the bizarre discoveries associated with them. "I seem to be getting more reports in which it was obvious there were connections to other things," she said, noting a possible link between creatures, such as bigfoot and upright... More »
In the second half, emissary to the extraterrestrial Zetas, and lifetime contactee, Nancy Lieder, returned to C2C. She shared messages from the Zetas, including the latest revelations about Planet X or Nibiru, and addressed how predictions by the Zetas are coming to fruition. Open Lines were featured in the first half, with many callers... More »
In the first half, researcher Joshua Black talked about his study of grief dreams. Grief dreams can be referred to by many names: bereavement dreams, dreams after loss, dreams of the deceased, visitation dreams.
Open Lines were featured in the latter half, with a number of callers sharing their dreams, which had visits from... More »
Joining Richard Syrett in the middle two hours of the show, native Tennessean author with a passion for rock and roll, R. Gary Patterson, discussed a fascinating compendium of urban legends surrounding some of the worlds most beloved and mysterious rock icons.
Author Brandon Callahan has been actively investigating paranormal activity for many years and has developed a method of tracking potential "hot spot" locations throughout the world. He discussed an area in Oklahoma of one of the largest clusters of ley lines in North America, where the Native American death... More »
During Midweek Open Lines, many callers reacted to the previous night's debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as well as shared eerie stories and UFO encounters. John Barbour appeared during the first 90 minutes of the show, telling stories of his rough childhood in Canada, and his path to becoming a comedian, film... More »
Filling in for George, Jimmy Church (email) welcomed Steve Murillo, live in-studio, to discuss his life journey from fighter pilot to one of the leading UFO and paranormal investigators. Murillo stayed during... More »
Former environmental lawyer David T. Nicol, PhD is the founder and Executive Director of the Gaiafield Project and Institute for Subtle Activism. In the first half, he discussed the power of consciousness and the scientific research into non-locality and mass consciousness experiments. Followed by midweek Open Lines in the latter half.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/15/96 when William Pierce, who wrote the novel The Turner Diaries, talked about how his book was said to have influenced Timothy McVeigh in the Oklahoma City bombings.
Are the events in The Terminator movies no longer complete science-fiction? Are autonomous weapon systems ethical and how likely is the government set to deploy them? Robotics and artificial intelligence expert and CEO of the Patriarch Organization, Eric Schiffer, joined More »
Former advertising executive Ed Haslam discussed the complicated story of Lee Harvey Oswald before the JFK assassination and his summer of secrets - the five months he spent in New Orleans in 1963 as an agent of both the CIA and the Mob, while getting money from the FBI.cer researcher, the contamination of the polio vaccine,... More »
In the first half, filmmaker Seth Breedlove talked about Small Town Monsters, his film series that explores fabled creatures, believed to exist around small rural communities in the U.S., and how these legends affect the local towns and their cultures. Seth also covered legends of Bigfoot and why the creature is so... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back in time to July 3, 1996, when investigative journalist James Collier discussed how elections in the United States are completely rigged and fixed from the beginning.
Researcher and analyst Jerome Corsi discussed his recent investigation into how the Clintons amassed hundreds of millions of dollars in personal net worth, while building up their Clinton Foundation, which he characterizes as a sordid tale involving possible fraudulent accounting practices. Midweek Open Lines were featured in... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back to June 6, 1996, when Art hosted a show of Open Lines including a replay of an infamous interview he did with Major Ed Dames, who makes a series of alarming predictions using remote viewing.
Paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren explained why Asheville is a paranormal vortex and how you can find such vortexes in your own home. He shared details about North Carolina's Brown Mountain Lights, where anomalous 'ghost lights' have been seen for decades. Open Lines followed in the last hour.
In the first half, Director of the Institute for Hermetic Studies, Mark Stavish, discussed his latest work on poltergeists, possession, and negative psychic phenomena. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half, and a number of callers shared their own ghostly encounters and experiences.
Kevin Collier, president of Collier Group, joined Richard Syrett to discuss how his company's controlled-gravity separation technology might change the way we use, recycle, distribute, and increase the world's water resources. In the first hour, writer Van Jensen... More »
Former Deputy Sheriff in Bailey, Colorado, Karen Anderson experienced heightened awareness honing her intuitive skills on the force dealing with life-threatening situations while on patrol. During this time she rediscovered her childhood gift of animal communication and has been helping others to bridge the divide and understand... More »
In the first half, economist and gun rights advocate John Lott shared his belief that Americans have been bombarded by well-funded anti-gun studies and stories that perpetuate false statistics to frighten people into giving up their guns. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half of the show, with a number of callers weighing... More »
Former Minister of National Defense in Canada, Honorable Paul Hellyer, updated his work researching the New World Order, the US shadow government, and the 'Money Mafia,' all of which he believes are at the top of the cabal that's been running the US and much of the world since World War II. Open Lines were featured in the latter... More »
Filling in for George Noory, guest host Jimmy Church (email) was joined for the entire 4-hour program by former hacker Gregg Housh, who discussed the secret world of hackers and hacktivism, as well as his key... More »
In the first half of the show, political consultant Dick Morris discussed his passion for futurism, and projecting what the world will be like 10-20 years from now, as well as commented on the Clintons, Trump, and the election cycle. Open Lines were featured in the latter half.
Author and filmmaker Rich Martini discussed his research into near-death experiences and the afterlife, as well as provided an update on his investigation into the disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the show.
Consumer privacy expert Katherine Albrecht discussed the latest news in the rapidly evolving field of chip technology, including wearable tech, and how the prospect of microchipping humans may become a foregone conclusion unless a movement of resistance is realized.
Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half,... More »
Film director and radio host Seth Breedlove joined George Noory to talk about his investigations into strange, Bigfoot-like creatures seen in small towns, such as the Minerva Monster, the Beast of Whitehall, and the Boggy Creek monster. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
Paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren has discovered new evidence of ET contact while investigating a 2,000-year-old, ancient astronomical "observatory." He joined George Noory to reveal what he found, and provide an update on his WOW! Signal... More »
Writer and documentary producer Jack Cashill discussed the 1996 TWA Flight 800 disaster, and his contention that the CIA & FBI collaborated on one of the greatest cover-ups in American peacetime history. Midweek Open Lines followed in the latter half.
Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returned to September 24, 1996, for a wild night of Open Lines with topics including werewolves, missing time due to alien abduction, sleep paralysis, and the infamous Art's Parts.
Edward Gross has an extensive history of covering film and television as a member of the editorial staff of a wide variety of magazines. He discussed the true story behind the making of a pop culture phenomenon - Star Trek. The series debuted in 1966 and has spawned five TV series spin-offs and a dozen feature films. He... More »
Practicing naturopath physician, Dr. Joanne Conaway left mainstream medicine, rejecting the conventional approach of treating symptoms with pharmaceuticals. In the first half, she discussed what she believes are more effective methods of restoring health, and primarily how a healthy gut and microbiome promotes normal... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to April 8, 1994, when Art was joined by then Colorado state representative, Charles Duke, who discusses the reason for Colorado state sovereignty and why the federal government has too much power at the local level.
Paranormal researcher and author specializing in mysterious events and historic curiosities, Mike Ricksecker, discussed his encounters with the paranormal, including shadow people and ghosts. Open Lines followed in the second half of the program.
In the first half, former Coast to Coast AM host Ian Punnett, who is working on his PhD from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, spoke about his latest book, A Black Night for the Bluegrass Belle, detailing... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/17/96 when Art performs a live remote viewing experiment where he thought of an object, and asks the audience to name exactly what it is. Listen to find out if anyone nailed it!
Filling in for George, Jimmy Church (email) was joined by author Larry Flaxman for a conversation on the topic of time travel. Both Flaxman and Church were featured in the recent History Channel special, More »
On Tuesday's show, author and researcher Steve Quayle offered commentary on a variety of subjects, including the strange "trumpet" sounds heard worldwide, Earth changes, and ancient and alien technology used in "black physics" science. He believes that many changes we are currently seeing conform to Biblical... More »
Leading paranormal expert Rosemary Ellen Guiley discussed how unsuspecting users of spirit boards have been pestered and attacked by a malevolent entity that calls itself Zozo. Paranormal researcher Darren Evans joined the conversation to share what learned about Zozo... More »
Licensed marriage and family therapist Ann C. Barham discussed the power of past life regression therapy to unlock a healing pathway that can help resolve enduring personal issues, and answer spiritual questions about one's life purpose. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.
Spell collector, independent scholar, writer, and teacher, Judika Illes has an encyclopedic knowledge of the sacred, as well as helpful mystics, saints, and sages from a large variety of religious traditions. In the first half of Friday’s show, she discussed the subject of witchcraft including its history, mythology, and folklore, as... More »
On the cutting edge of science and culture issues, dissident intellectual, Michael Cremo, discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology and human origins including artifacts and discoveries that don't fit into conventional timelines.
Midweek Open Lines followed in the latter half, with many callers sharing their thoughts... More »
In the first half, clinical psychologist and a professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, Matthew McKay discussed how the murder of his son, Jordan, sent him on a journey in search of ways to communicate with him. He recounted his efforts -- including past-life and between-lives hypnotic regressions, induced after-death... More »
Award-winning American journalist and former CBS News anchor Dan Rather discussed his life and career as a member of the "Big Three" news anchors in the U.S. He shared stories he's covered, his love for journalism, and what got him started. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
In the first half, CEO of Bioquark, Ira S. Pastor, discussed his latest work on the re-establishment of life after confirmed brain death using both biological and physical methods to stimulate nerves and awaken patients. Midweek Open Lines followed in the latter half, with a number of callers sharing their 'demon' stories.
In the first half of our Friday the 13th show, George was joined by South Carolina-based paranormal investigators Kelly Lee Brosky & Michael Brosky. Devout Catholics, the husband & wife team are members of the Praesidium of St. Michael (the Paranormal... More »
Astrologer Mark Lerner discussed current astrological cycles, and the charts of 2016 presidential candidates including Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half.
In the first half, analyst of geopolitics and foreign policy Craig B. Hulet commented on the election cycle, current events, and the geopolitical landscape. Midweek Open Lines followed in the second half.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned 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.
Professional paranormal investigator and feature columnist for Skeptical Inquirer science magazine, Joe Nickell, provided his skeptic's take on the paranormal. Nickell has investigated many so-called ghost sightings and experiences, and often is able to explain the anomalies in scientific terms. "What I'm trying to do with... More »
In the first half, Mr. Lobo, the host of Cinema Insomnia, a nationally syndicated show seen in over 30 television markets, discussed sci-fi and horror films, as well as his new channel for Roku TV, OSI 74. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned 6/1/94 when the president of the Church of Scientology International, Heber Jentzsch, outlined the basics of Scientology, and their religious philosophy. Even though Jentzsch has not been seen publicly since 2004, he is still the acting president.
In the first half, Linda Godfrey, authority on anomalous animals and paranormal phenomena in Wisconsin, talks about unexplained otherworldly creatures and portals from the 'spirit world' through which they may enter. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
In the first half, Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Tony Youn, discussed solutions to beauty and aging problems, as well as the many surgeries and cases he's worked on. Open Lines were featured in the latter half. Don described undergoing a sleeve gastrectomy (having the size of his stomach reduced), and losing 275 lbs.-- he... More »
During Friday's show, George Noory welcomed paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren, who discussed a purported photograph of George Washington’s ghost and why he thinks past presidents are especially stirred up about this election cycle. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
Veteran journalist Stanley Cohen discussed his research into how every day, innocent people across America are thrown into prison, betrayed by a faulty justice system, and robbed of their lives-- either by decades-long sentences or the death penalty itself. Followed by Open Lines in the second half.
Exclusive images and footage of radar scanning being carried out in King Tutankhamun’s tomb have been released as scientists try to identify whether secret chambers lie hidden behind its walls. Carmen Boulter, director and writer of The Pyramid Code, joined Jimmy... More »
In the first half of the show, former professor of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University, Dr. Judy Wood, updated her work describing the physics of the destruction of WTC buildings on 9/11, citing evidence of directed energy technology. The latter half featured Midweek Open Lines.
After a shocking first time interview, the three-headed person returned to the Coast to Coast AM microphone for a special update in the first hour. Next, Buck Wolf, senior correspondent and weird news editor for the Huffington Post, talked about April Fools' Day pranks. Open Lines followed in the second... More »
Space historian Robert Zimmerman reported on current space exploration and technology stories, including news about a mysterious object hitting Jupiter, the innovations of private space companies, and updates on missions to Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to an Open Lines show when there was discussion of Hillary Clinton running for President, and immigration/border control issues. No, it's not from 2016, bur rather more than twenty years ago—5/23/94!
Filling in for George Noory, guest host Jimmy Church (email) welcomed filmmaker and hermetic scholar Jay Weidner for a discussion on his research into alchemy and the Cross of Hendaye—a strange cross... More »
Investigator David Paulides, who has become an expert in the large number of mysterious disappearances happening in American national parks and forests, discussed disturbing cases and the unusual patterns that appear with many of them. In instances where young children vanish, many times they are found miles... More »
In the first half, George welcomed former minister for the Assemblies of God Church, Jeffrey Daugherty, to the program to talk about exorcism and the nature of demons and demonic possession. Daugherty believes that there are different types of spirits that possess people that need to be dealt with in varying ways, and are often... More »
Criminologist and professor emeritus of Criminal Justice at the the City University of New York, Barry Latzer, discussed cycles of crime, and how starting in the late 1960s, the United States suffered the biggest rise in violent crime in its history.
Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter... More »
First half guest Mitch Horowitz talked to George about the history of occult and the paranormal connected to the office of the President of the United States. He related the occult interests of Ronald and Nancy Reagan and their lifelong use of psychics on a sometimes daily basis. Also discussed were the mystical roots of Donald Trump's... More »
In the first half, technology expert Lauren Weinstein discussed the latest stories in the tech world, as well as privacy and the government when it comes to our electronic devices and the information we store on them. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half.
George Noory was joined by neo-pagan scholar, author, and practicing witch Raven Grimassi, who discussed witchcraft and his new work exploring the realm of the ancestors and the role of reincarnation in the soul's relationship to ancestral lineage. Open Lines followed in the latter half.
In the first half of the show, founder and director of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, talked about what he sees on the horizon for the United States, and the major trends emerging for 2016. Midweek Open Lines followed in the latter half.
Trained as forensic law enforcement investigator, author R.S. Belcher has had a life-long fascination with the strange and mysterious. In the first half, he discussed his research into the weird side of the trucking industry and the mythology of the highway. Open Lines followed.
The last half hour featured a tribute to the... More »
Director of the UFO Research Center of Pennsylvania, Butch Witkowski, reported on startling sightings of an unknown bipedal wolf-like creature terrorizing central Pennsylvania, and updated his work tracking human mutilations and research into abduction cases. 'Fright Night' Open Lines followed in the second half.
In the first half of the show, author and investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts discussed the current state of the economy in terms of the unstable stock market, plunging oil prices, debt, as well as the how the political landscape in this election year relates to fluctuations. Open Lines were featured in the latter half of the show.... More »
In the first half of Friday's show, guest host Jimmy Church (email) welcomed theoretical archaeo-astronomer Walter Cruttenden, who discussed the recent scientific discoveries of a possible new... More »
First half guest Dr. Glen MacPherson has researched and documented a Hum heard by people all over the world. The sound is louder indoors than outdoors, and louder late at night than during the afternoon. In the more serious cases, the Hum can affect quality of life; in a number of documented instances, the torment of the noise has been life-altering. MacPherson shared the latest from his... More »
George Noory was joined by author Jan Bondeson, who discussed the history of the signs of death and risk of being buried alive by mistake, as well as shared stories of some of the most extraordinary dogs in history. Open Lines followed.
In the first half, Libbe HaLevy, author and host of "Nuclear Hotseat," discussed various nuclear incidents such as Three Mile Island and Fukushima, and the status of the methane leak in Southern California, and how radioactive radon gas (a major carcinogen) is being released along with the methane. Open Lines were featured... More »
George Noory hosted the long-standing Coast to Coast AM tradition of reading listener predictions made last year, and recording new predictions for 2016, along with surprise guests throughout the night.
In a special live Christmas show, George talked with Mark Allen Frost who is the channel for the metaphysical author and educator known as "Seth." Mark and Seth have written 11 books together. Mark also channeled Seth to answer questions from listeners and to make a few predictions for 2016. The second half featured Holiday... More »
Author Tea Krulos is a regular contributor to publications such as the Riverwest Currents, M magazine, Fortean Times, and the Shepherd Express. He joined George Noory in the first half of the program to discuss his research into real life superheroes and monster hunters. Open Lines followed in the second half of the show.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 5, 1996, when Art Bell talks to a man who says he has detailed secret knowledge about the background of Art's parts—a piece of metal that apparently came from the 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, NM.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 4/30/96 when Philadelphia Experiment expert Marshall Barnes discussed evidence to suggest the experiment was indeed real and how it delved into the world of invisibility.
George Noory hosted our traditional "Ghost to Ghost" show, where callers share tales of strange encounters and contact with the afterlife. In the first hour, leading expert on the paranormal, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, discussed Black Mirror scrying, and how this technique is used to contact the dead.
In the first half of the show, long-time scholar, Leslie S. Klinger, discussed his latest project which showcases the work of authors who were inspired by the masterful tales of terror penned by Edgar Allan Poe. Followed by Open Lines.
In the first half of the program, author and occult practitioner Winter Laake discussed the nature of evil and why people do bad things as well as his use of Satanic black magic. Open Lines followed in the latter half.
With a life long interest in the paranormal, combined with his love of broadcasting and technology, podcaster Jim Harold joined Richard Syrett (filling in for George) to share some of his latest stories from the world of the strange and unexplained. Open Lines followed in the... More »
Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 1/6/99 when Michael Thoreau from Borderland's Sciences Research Foundation addressed the idea that plants have real consciousness and we need to rethink our relationships with them.
Retired Border Patrol agent Rocky Elmore discussed the strange, sad and paranormal events he witnessed while working in an isolated no-man's land in the mysterious Otay Mountains near San Diego. Open Lines followed in the second half.
Filling in for George, Richard Syrett welcomed researcher and author,Don Jeffries, whose new work, Hidden History, chronicles a wide variety of issues that have plagued US history. Whether it's the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King,... More »
Filling in for George, Dave Schrader (email) welcomed researcher William J. Hall for a discussion of a 1790 farmhouse in Connecticut that is at the epicenter of a paranormal flap. When famous ghost hunters... More »
From 6-10pm PT, Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeys back to June 16, 1995, when Art celebrated his 50th birthday with a plethora of birthday wishes and greetings. It was a night of open lines fun with a twist of birthday sweetness.
In the first half of the program, host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed author and crime researcher, Diane Fanning, who discussed the terrifying case of Tommy Lynn Sells, a serial killer who made his way across the... More »
Researcher Jay Hansen has been an avid student of the paranormal since he was seven years old. Over the years, he has examined virtually all aspects of the strange and supernatural. Hansen shared some of the bizarre stories he's uncovered, including Gef the Talking Mongoose and the possession of Lurancy Vennum. Open Lines followed.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/22/96 when, during a night of Open Lines, callers reacted to the breaking news about flight TWA 800 and the possibility the plane was brought down by either a bomb or missile.
Gypsey Teague is the Branch Head of the Gunnin Architecture Library at Clemson University, as well as a craftwoman, and Elder and High Priestess in the Georgian and Icelandic Norse traditions. In the first half, she discussed the practice of witchcraft, wand creation, and Steampunk Magic. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed author and parapsychology expert, Ursula Bielski, who shared ghost stories from the city of Chicago. Open Lines followed in the latter half.... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere In Time journeyed back to March 28, 1996, for a night of Open Lines about the Freemen patriot group in Montana, as well as an interview with Richard C. Hoagland about how Russian images of the moon show more than a barren, dead lunar surface.
In the first half, editor-in-chief of Tarcher/Penguin Books and well-known voice of esoteric ideas, Mitch Horowitz, discussed how some powerful world leaders have used the occult as well as various divination techniques and rituals. Open Lines followed in the second half.
Filling in for George, Dave Schrader (email) welcomed paranormal researcher Gavin Lee Davies, who discussed an aggressive haunting in a small Welsh town in which a tormented young couple fought to keep their... More »
Appearing during the first three hours, demonologist Craig S. Martin, who founded Shasta Supernatural Investigators in 1979, discussed malevolent inhuman spirits or demons, and what he's done to combat hauntings or spirit infestations. He was initially involved in witchcraft, specializing in the summoning of spirits, which he later learned were actually demons. In 1979, he was ordained into... More »
In the first half of the program, host Richard Syrett welcomed founder and director of the Palmistry Institute, Vernon Mahabal, who discussed the practice of palm reading. Open Lines followed in the latter half.
In the first half, psychic medium Matt Fraser shared insights into his remarkable abilities and work investigating Marilryn Monroe, Jimi Hendrix, and other unsolved cases. Open Lines followed for the next 90 minutes. The last half hour featured a replay of part of George's interview with the late More »
With a life long interest in the paranormal, combined with his love of broadcasting and technology, podcaster Jim Harold shared some of his spookiest stories from the world of the strange and unexplained. Open Lines followed in the final hour of the program.
In the first half, guest host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed voice natural direct sensitive, Joe Who, for a discussion on his lifelong ability to hear people’s voices, and see inside their lives and past history.... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to May 8, 1996, when Art tackled the weird case of the blood sucking Chupacabra in the first half of the program and then switched gears for a heated discussion about militias, gun control, and the U.S. government
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.
In the first half of the program, screenwriter, playwright and NYU faculty member Jeffrey Stanley discussed his lifelong fascination with the supernatural, his adventures staying in haunted hotels, conducting a Ouija board séance, EVP session, and apparently capturing ghost images along with an adorable ghost-hunting family. Related... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to February 3, 1993, when James S. Templar, who was the president of the International Guild of Occult Sciences, discusses why UFOs, magic, demons, abductions, and the afterlife are all real.
Filling in for George, Richard Syrett welcomed Richard C. Hoagland for a discussion about evidence for nuclear war on Mars, disclosure, and how our solar system appears to have been 'remodeled' for life (additional Hoagland links: More »
In the first half of the program, George Noory welcomed writer, bookseller and advocate for books, eBooks and digital technology within publishing, Mark Leslie, who shared ghostly tales from haunted bookstores and libraries. Open Lines followed. The final half hour featured a replay of George's More »
Materialization, especially full-body materialization, is the rarest of all reported paranormal physical phenomena. Portions of human bodies, such as hands which move, grasp and carry things, or entire bodies which speak, breath and walk like living beings, materialize from ectoplasm, according to physicist and professor More »
In the first half of the program, George Noory welcomed former TV news director and author Forrest Carr for a discussion on the increase of weird and violent incidents, and the possibility of an actual zombie apocalypse. Open Lines followed.
Founder of New Age Paranormal Research in Decatur, Illinois, Adam White is a guide for the Haunted Decatur Tour, which is the second longest-running haunted/history tour. He is also a public speaker on history and hauntings, and teaches a non-credit course: Paranormal... More »
In the first half of the program, host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed well-known voice of occult and esoteric ideas, Mitch Horowitz, for a discussion on the history of superstitions including the popular fear of... More »
In the first half, hypnotherapist Mark Allen Frost detailed his encounters with "Seth," whom he believes is the same spirit who previously communicated with Jane Roberts. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
In the first half, emotional clearing expert, practicing exorcist, and professional psychic Jeffrey Seelman discussed his work with negative and demonic spirits, how they manifest destructive forces and take residence in individuals and dwellings, and what it takes to purge them. Open Lines followed in the second half.
In the first half, Nick Ackman (Facebook Page), who's been a professional tattoo artist for 15 years, discussed the history of tattooing, why it's become so mainstream in the United States, and how people from all walks of life from wealthy businessmen to elderly... More »
During the first three hours of the program, Connie Willis (email) was joined by medium and paranormal investigator Chip Coffey, who shared his thoughts on paranormal topics representing each letter of the alphabet. Open Lines followed in the final hour.
In the first half of the show, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, a leading expert in the metaphysical and paranormal fields, celebrated Christmas Eve with George as they discussed angels, their origins, and how we communicate with them.
Open Lines followed in the second half. Stacey from Lodi, CA told of her intriguing encounter... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to June 13, 1997, for a weird show of Open Lines where Art asks for real time travelers to call. Listen for an amazing story of a woman who went back in time via a special hospital elevator.
In the first half of the program, writer Marc Zicree and actor/musician Bill Mumy shared details about their new sci-fi movie project, Space Command, as well as talked about sci-fi classics The Twilight Zone and... More »
In the first half, author and expert in animal behavior Jennifer Verdolin discussed her work comparing the courtship rituals of animals to their human equivalents, revealing the many and often surprising ways we are both similar to and different from other species. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George, Richard Syrett welcomed Tom Voigt, an expert on the Zodiac Killer case, for a discussion on the infamously enigmatic murders which gripped the San Francisco area in the 1960s and 70s. Open Lines followed in the final hour.
George Noory hosted the traditional "Ghost to Ghost AM" Halloween show, where callers shared tales of ghostly encounters and contact with the afterlife. In the first hour, author Tabitha Prock (book link) shared paranormal stories from Monroe County, Tennessee.
Appearing in the first half of the show, author, investigative journalist, and online editor Alex Constantine spoke about his work uncovering world fascism, political corruption, organized crime, and related conspiracies.
In the third hour, a graduate of Cambridge University with a degree in physics, More »
In the first half of the show, spiritual psychic Angela Moore, also known as the Hillbilly Psychic, talked about the process she uses to tap into the energies around her, including other dimensions. She revealed what she is seeing and feeling via communications from spirits and other worldly beings, and her visions of future... More »
The Sallie House haunting is one of the most notorious in the world and has attracted attention from paranormal investigators, psychics and TV shows. Tony & Debra Pickman and their newborn son Taylor experienced it from the day they moved until they finally fled in terror. They shared their account with More »
In the first half of the show, President and CEO of the International Combat Martial Arts Federation (ICMAF), Bradley Steiner, talked about the increase of violence and personal assaults in the U.S. and what the average person needs to know about technical and tactical readiness for trying socioeconomic times.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 4/16/96, with a night of weird and bizarre Open Lines, including a call from "Bugs," a man who says he killed multiple Bigfoot in 1973 and knows where the creatures are buried.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/23/01 for an evening of Open Lines that included 'time travelers,' and people who claim they are the Antichrist. Listen for a man claiming to be a child of Lucifer, with the most evil and sinister laugh you will ever hear.
In the first half of the program, George Noory welcomed Butch Witkowski, founder and director of the UFO Research Center of Pennsylvania, for a discussion on strange disappearances and other unusual cases he has investigated. Open Lines followed.
During the first half of the show, psychic Linda Salvin, with a PhD in metaphysics and a lifetime of bizarre experiences, detailed her development of psychic gifts, and her work as a healer, reader, and channeler.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/25/95. It was the eve of the Alien Autopsy film being released, and Art opened up the infamous alien hotline - giving "ETs" living on Earth a chance to speak out.
In a special Fourth of July edition of the 'Secret Door,' George Noory welcomed four different guests, including author Heidi Hollis, consultant George Ure, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames, and psychic More »
In the first half, George Noory welcomes psychic medium Marisa Ryan, who shared her story of being recruited by the spirit of a murder victim that was seeking help in bringing the killers to justice. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, George Noory welcomed former private investigator, Bob Olson, who discussed his work researching the afterlife as well as his transformation from skeptic to believer. Open Lines followed in the latter half.
George Noory welcomed journalist and author Tom Verde in the first hour for a discussion on the rich supernatural history of Maine. In the second hour, Cosmic Majority founder Michael Luckman talked about the government UFO coverup, ET contact with... More »
Live from Boise, Idaho, George was joined by friends and associates of Dr. Roger Leir for a tribute to the late ufologist/implant removal pioneer. The third hour was devoted to Open Lines; the final hour featured a replay from 1/22/10.... More »
George Noory welcomed author Scott Weems for a discussion on the science of what’s funny, what makes us laugh, the unexpected benefits of laughing and the surprising profiles of who has the best funny bones. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, journalist and paranormal researcher Susan Masino talked about such topics as her son's past life experience, synchronicity, universal laws and ghost encounters, as well as her work writing about Australian rock band AC/DC. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George Noory, guest host Richard Syrett was joined in the first half by filmmaker and editor-in-chief of FANGORIA, Chris Alexander, who discussed the horror and sci-fi genres, his film magazine and the band KISS. Open Lines followed.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to May 29, 1997 when Art devoted a show to "absolutely nothing", an Open Lines extravaganza with weird calls about ghosts, UFOs, near death experiences and remote viewing.
In the first half of the program, George Noory was joined by author and journalist Nick Pistor, who shared his research into the gruesome ax murder of a family that occurred more than a century ago in Saxtown, Illinois. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, George Noory welcomed author Kathleen Berry for a discussion on evidence for ghosts and the paranormal. Open Lines followed. The final half-hour featured a special tribute to late Coast guest, theologian Patrick Heron.
Filling in for George, guest host Katherine Albrecht (email) welcomed author and public relations executive James O'Connor, in the first hour, for a discussion on his campaign to end swearing in public. Followed... More »
In the first half, George Noory welcomed 'the skeptical psychic,' Nancy Du Tertre, for a discussion on intuition and her work as a psychic detective, spiritual medium, and medical intuitive. Followed by Open Lines.
In the first half, writer, eco-activist and book publisher Brenda Knight talked about the power of gratitude to change and save lives, and her upbringing in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, the location of the original sightings of the Mothman.
George Noory hosted the traditional "Ghost to Ghost AM" Halloween show, where callers and guests shared tales of ghostly encounters and contact with the afterworld.
Stories featured throughout the evening included a visit from both a guardian angel and a Ouija Board ghost as well as eerie experiences at the 9/11 memorial and the haunted town of Mineral Springs,... More »
John B. Wells shared news issues of the day and hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, author Sophia Stewart contended that her epic story, The Third Eye, was plagiarized to create two of Hollywood's biggest franchises, The Matrix and The Terminator.
George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, Roy Condrey talked about his website, DiedinHouse.com, which searches millions of records to determine if a death has occurred in a particular home.
During the middle two hours of the program, Andrew D. Basiago, president of the Mars Anomaly Research Society, discussed his teleportation to Mars and breaking news about the discovery of a Martian head.
Previously scheduled guest, author and researcher Dr. John Coleman, will be rescheduled at another time for his discussion on The Committee of 300, an all powerful group that has been at war with the American people for over 50 years.
George Noory welcomed paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren, who reported from Puerto Rico on bodies vanishing from local cemeteries and how it could be related to UFO/alien activity on the island. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George, John B. Wells welcomed author and international crisis manager Dr. Steve Pieczenik for a discussion on various geopolitical issues. The remaining 90 minutes was devoted to Open Lines.
In the first hour, third-generation pawnbroker, Les Gold, discussed the pawnshop business as well as some of his weirdest, wackiest deals and steals. In the second hour, UFO expert Nick Pope talked about the final... More »
Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp welcomed UFO disclosure activist, Stephen Bassett, for a discussion on the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure and how close we are from finally being told the truth about extraterrestrials engaging the planet. Open Lines... More »
For the first half of the show, intelligence expert Douglas Hagmann reported on the Boston Marathon bombings, and offered analysis of the tragic event. There are so many things we don't know at this point, he noted.
In the latter half, callers were invited to share their reactions to the the bombings.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/27/96 when the Montana standoff with a group called the Freemen was taking place. A member of the group gets through on the phone lines and has a heated debate with Art.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/28/97 for a night of strange Open Lines, including calls from animals who can talk. Additionally, ufologist Jim Dilettoso discussed his possible meeting with Men in Black.
In the first half of the program, George was joined by paranormal researcher Joshua P. Warren, who shared details of his recent trip to Puerto Rico to investigate the story of Michael Rivera, a 48-year old man who has been tormented for the last nine months by a demeaning disembodied voice. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George, John B. Wells spoke with Washington State Senator Bob Hasegawa in the first hour about his efforts to repeal indefinite detention provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act. In the second hour, Colorado State Representative Jared Wright discussed his... More »
In the first hour, author Paul O'Brien, discussed how we can use tools of divination, such as the I-Ching, to help enhance our own intuition, make our own luck, and unlock synchronicity to our advantage. In the 2nd hour, Richard C. Hoagland talked about the More »
George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines, featuring a special hotline for callers who wanted to share their own 'near death' stories. In the first hour, internationally known psychic Maria D'Andrea discussed how we can tap into our own intuitive abilities.
Filling for in for George on Friday night, John B. Wells hosted four hours of Open Lines, or 'Naked Lines' as he dubbed it, featuring callers opining about second amendment rights, gun violence, and a seemingly out-of-control, despotic government.
In this special program, George Noory and a cavalcade of guests celebrated George's 10th anniversary at the helm of Coast to Coast AM, along with Open Lines callers. George shared some of his personal history and background.
In the first hour, journalist Helaine Olen talked about the ineptitude and self-serving advice... More »
In the first half, researcher of unexplained phenomena Joan Bird presented information pertaining to the numerous sightings of UFOs around Montana. (Related Video: 1950 Montana UFO Footage) Open Lines... More »
George Noory celebrated New Year's Eve live on the air, reviewing listener predictions for 2012, and recording predictions for the new year. Some highlights of callers' predictions included a deadly hurricane for Jamaica, a food additive that will make people sick, and a pole shift that will cause a ring to form around the Earth.
Ian Punnett (Twitter) hosted the first half of a long-standing Coast to Coast AM tradition of reviewing listeners' predictions for the last year, and recording predictions for the new year. Among the predictions callers made for 2013 were a huge quake for San Francisco, the discovery of a Bigfoot, the start of a mini-ice... More »
Filling in for George, Rob Simone (email) welcomed researcher and autodidact Christopher Michael Langan, in the first 90 minutes, for a discussion on his remarkably high IQ as well as his theory on the relationship between the... More »
In this Christmas Eve Special, George Noory was joined by Santa Claus (Sal Lizard) in the first hour. The rest of the evening featured Open Lines, with callers telling memorable Christmas stories, as well as holiday miracles. There were also a series of special guests phoning-in throughout the night, led off by George's mother.
Appearing during the second hour, publisher and extraterrestrial researcher Thomas Hackney (book link) discussed his research on SETI, and the uncanny string of coincidences surrounding comet and meteor strikes.
In the first hour, research scientist John Lott reacted to the Newtown school shooting and, in the second hour, author and psychologist Dr. Peter Breggin shared his thoughts on the tragedy. Open Lines followed for the remainder of the program.
In the first half, George Noory welcomed author Alasdair Wickham (book link) for a discussion on a variety of paranormal and supernatural related topics, including ghosts, demons, black magic, and hybrid creatures. Open Lines followed.
In the first half, George Noory was joined by author, clairvoyant, and earth mysteries investigator Betsey Lewis for a discussion on her own UFO encounters and a prophetic message she was given. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George, John B. Wells welcomed network engineer by day, paranormal investigator by night, Dave Howard, for a discussion on some of the unique ways his team investigates claims of supernatural activity. Open Lines followed.
In the first half, Dr. Bob Curran discussed the haunted mind of writer H.P. Lovecraft and his impact on the modern horror scene, as well as other mysteries, including the American vampire. Open Lines followed.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 4/20/01 for a classic Open Lines show, which included a replay of an interview with a woman named Sarah, who shares her frightening and bizarre near-death encounter.
In the first half of the show, author, hypnotherapist and mesmerist Giovanni Lordi discussed how the subconscious mind is the conduit to other dimensions and how it plays a role in phenomena such as out-of-body experiences and pre-cognition. Open Lines followed.
In the first hour, author and medium Paul Selig discussed his awakening from atheist to believer (in something greater), as well what he has learned from channeling guides that inhabit a higher level of consciousness. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, and after two years of silence, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren finally revealed details about the groundbreaking experiment he was hired by Warner Brothers to conduct to 'create a ghost.' (Related Images) He was joined in the first... More »
In the first half, author and researcher into supernatural phenomena F.J. Lennon discussed some of the haunted places in Los Angeles, including Devil's Gate Dam, a 'Suicide Bridge' in Pasadena and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Open Lines followed.
In the first half, author and "time traveling" clairvoyant, Louise Hauck, discussed the nature of time and telepathy, as well as how we can use our natural psychic abilities to navigate the 'past' and 'future.' Open Lines followed.
In the first half of Friday's program, George Noory welcomed author and consultant Pam Oslie for a discussion on auras and what they mean, as well as how our consciousness creates reality. Open Lines followed.
In the first half, internationally known psychic who has counseled over 15,000 people since 1982, Joseph Jacobs, discussed what he sees on the horizon during these turbulent times, and what people can do to develop their spirituality. The latter half of the show featured Memorial Day Open Lines.
Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells welcomed astrological palmist, Vernon Mahabal, who discussed the science behind reading hands, and some of the surprising things his reads have revealed to him. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells was joined for the entire program by British astronomer Dr. David Darling for a discussion about some strange ways our world could be brought to a 'megacatastrophic' end.
Filling in for George Noory, Rob Simone (email) welcomed British police detective Gary Heseltine for a discussion on UFO sightings by law enforcement officers in the United Kingdom. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George, Rob Simone (email) welcomed researcher Thomas P. Fusco, who shared his theory on how supernatural and paranormal phenomena can can be explained by the opening of 'bubbles' or portals in space-time.... More »
Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp hosted an evening of Open Lines. In the first hour, Cmdr. Allan Palmer and Karen Green of the National Atomic Testing Museum talked about their new Area 51 exhibit.
In the first half, sisters and co-authors, Tina Fiorda & Tilde Cameron, discussed channeling their spirit guides through the Ouija board and the messages that were delivered to them. Open Lines followed.
During the first half of the program, Ian Punnett welcomed author Kent Hartman for a discussion on 'The Wrecking Crew,' a group of the largely unknown and uncredited studio musicians who played on countless classic rock songs. Followed by Open Lines.
In the first half, George Noory welcomed Dr. Ian Rubenstein, who shared the story of how he went from a skeptical physician to trained medium, and his attempts to combine the two practices. Open Lines followed.
Filling in for George Noory, Rob Simone (email) welcomed researcher Clifford Carnicom in the first half of the program for a discussion on the profound impact of chemtrails, and the baffling condition known as... More »
In the first hour, George Noory welcomed new Saturday night C2C host John B. Wells (email), as well as Templar Knight and historian Mark Pinkham, who discussed dragons. During the second hour, paranormal researcher More »
Ian Punnett hosted Part II of our Annual Predictions Show, asking callers to share one event they see coming in 2012. A staged alien invasion at the Olympics, America going to war with China, and suburban animals attacking people were amongst the many prognostications made by Coast listeners throughout the evening.
Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells (email) welcomed lawyer and medium Mark Anthony for a discussion on his psychic abilities and work with spirits, which he considers a gift from God, as well as the esoteric elements behind various Christmas traditions. Open... More »
Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells (email) welcomed space historian Robert Zimmerman, in the first half of the program, for a discussion about Climategate and other science-related issues. Open Lines followed.
George Noory welcomed Richard Freeman of The Centre for Fortean Zoology for a discussion on Japanese monsters. Then, author and Anglican priest Lionel Fanthorpe talked about numerology and shared some of his favorite stories. Open Lines followed.
In the first half, astro-economist Mitchell Scott Lewis, who has accurately predicted major financial events, talked about how he has used astrology to advise Wall Street power brokers and clients all over the world, as well as his thoughts on what we can expect in the near future. Open Lines followed. The last half-hour was a tribute... More »
In the first half, George Noory welcomed hypnotherapist Dr. Bruce Goldberg for a discussion on exploring other dimensions, time travelers, glimpsing the future, and ascension techniques. Open Lines followed.
Broadcasting live from KKOB-AM in Albuquerque, New Mexico, George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, he was joined in the studio by Dr. Robin Falkov for a discussion on various health-related issues in the news. The final hour of the program featured a replay of hour four from More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to January 25, 2002, with an Open Lines show on monsters and disturbing entities. Listen for a story about a haunting where a woman was attacked, bitten, and shoved into her bed by an evil unseen force.
In the first hour, George spoke with writer Marc Zicree about The Twilight Zone and his recent projects. In the next hour, retired NYC Police Detective Sergeant Joseph Lani discussed how he began communicating with the dead. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, Dr. Gregg Korbon shared the story of how his 9 year old son, Brian, predicted his own death with remarkable and chilling accuracy. The latter half of the show featured Open Lines.
In the first half, George Noory spoke with Near Death Experience researcher P.M.H. Atwater. Live Open Lines followed in the third hour. The final hour featured a replay of some 'Creeped Out' calls from 1/22/10.
In the first half, George Noory was joined by Hollister Rand, a clairvoyant, clairaudient, and clairsentient medium who shared what spirits have revealed to her about the afterlife. Open Lines followed.
In the middle two hours, journalist and author Hazel Courteney shared details from her life-changing spiritual awakening, as well as her unique insights into science, the Big Bang, consciousness, and God. The final hour featured Open Lines.
In the first half, ET contactee Gordon James Gianninoto and astrologer Mark Lerner shared their theories about the earthquake that hit Japan. The latter half of the program featured Open Lines, with a special hotline devoted to callers' strange habits.
George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines, offering a special line for callers who wanted to share their 'unusual moments'. The final half-hour featured a classic clip from a past Coast show, when Art Bell talked with a caller who claimed to be a pilot flying into Area 51.
First hour guest, author Adam Catlin, spoke about his investigations into the paranormal, some... More »
George Noory hosted an evening of Open Lines that included callers talking about Earth changes, 2012, and chemtrails. In the first hour, Greg Hunter talked about the tumultuous events in the Middle East.
In the first half of the program, real-life ghost whisperer Mary Ann Winkowski spoke about her work with earthbound spirits, as well as how to remove them from the haunted locations they inhabit. Open Lines followed.
Ian Punnett hosted Part II of the annual Coast to Coast AM Predictions show, with callers sharing their predictions for 2011. Among the predictions were floods ravaging the central United States, President Obama being exposed as a reptilian, and the end of reality TV.
Ian Punnett hosted Part 1 of the annual Coast to Coast AM Predictions show, with callers sharing one prediction for 2011. Among the predictions were a military coup in North Korea, an Illuminati sex slave scandal, the collapse of the music industry, and a cruise ship disappearing in the Bermuda Triangle.
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett hosted a night of Open Lines. Several callers phoned in to sound off on the new TSA search procedures. In the first hour, author Howard Bloom commented on various situations around the world.
Art Bell hosted Ghost to Ghost AM in which he opened the lines to listeners to share their tales of ghostly encounters. A number of callers reported interactions with strange entities -- Brian of California saw a being that grew in size, and had a face like a Punch doll, while a caller to the Wild Card line said he witnessed the ghost of a rain-coated girl, who was later seen moving... More »
During the first half of the program, George welcomed Buck Wolf (book link), a senior correspondent at AOL News specializing in weird news, who shared some of the offbeat stories he has worked on over the course of his career.
The last two hours featured a special night... More »
In the first hour, George caught up with entertainer and mentalist Jim Karol, who demonstrated his remarkable memory. Next, motivational expert David Ruben joined the program to talk about dreams and intuition. Open Lines followed.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 22, 1997, for a show featuring Leonard Nimoy from Star Trek, plus Open Line calls about nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, and an interview with Charles Ostman.
In the first half of the program, authors Rob & Anne Wlodarski discussed their latest work, Talking with the Dead, a collection of 13 paranormal cases written by fellow ghost hunters from around the country. The Wlodarskis shared their own case from the book, which chronicles their... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special line for callers to share their 'creeped out' stories. First hour guest, actor Logan Huffman of the TV series V, talked about his portrayal of Tyler Evans on the show, as well as his interest in various C2C topics. In... More »
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed Oscar-nominated screenwriter and director Nicholas Meyer (book link) for a discussion that centered largely around his work on the 1983 made-for-TV production The Day After. Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, author Annie Wilder talked about the weird paranormal occurrences that she and her family have experienced in their 100-year-old haunted Victorian house. Open Lines followed.
Art Bell - Somewhere in Time traveled back to August 23rd of 1995, a night when both a volcano on the island of Montserrat and Microsoft's Windows 95 erupted. Art and the listeners wonder if the volcano will trigger Earth changes but the midnight release of Windows 95 triggers a slew of callers hoping to calm Art's fears of losing his DOS programs.
In the first hour, former member of Creedence Clearwater Revival and solo recording artist John Fogerty made an in-studio visit. Fogerty talked about his career, influences, and fascination with Coast to Coast related subjects.
Three hours of Open Lines followed. Julie in El Paso, Texas phoned in to share how... More »
In the first half of the show, researcher Lloyd Pye shared updates on the Starchild Skull. Open Lines followed. The final half-hour featured part of George's January 16, 2008 interview with astronomy writer James Mullaney, who discussed his book More »
In the first hour, astrologist Mark Lerner provided an astrology update. George spoke with dream coach Kelly Sullivan Walden during the second hour. Open Lines followed for the remainder of the program. Notorious repeat caller JC phoned in excited... More »
During the first half of the show, George Noory spoke with author and astrological consultant Bruce Scofield about Mayan Astrology. Open Lines followed. The final half-hour featured a replay from July 09, 2008, when Christian... More »
In the first half of the program, Ian Punnett welcomed neuropsychiatrist and world renowned expert on end of life phenomena, Dr. Peter Fenwick (email). Fenwick spoke about premonitions of death. Open Lines followed.
During the first half of the program, George spoke with documentary producer Bill Murphy, who shared details from his various paranormal investigations in Louisiana, aboard the Queen Mary, and at the the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Open Lines followed.
Broadcasting live from the OnStar studios in Detroit, George welcomed world renowned psychic Gary Spivey during the first half of the program. Open Lines followed. The final hour was a rebroadcast from April 16, 2004.
During Open Lines, George offered a 'Deal with the Devil' hotline.
In the first hour, author and investigator T.C. (Tim) Geary spoke about his quest to uncover what happened to his uncle and 15 other US Servicemen when their B-29 was lost over the Bermuda Triangle on January 8,... More »
George was joined by science educator and television host Bill Nye (The Science Guy) for the first two hours of Friday night's program. Nye expressed concern about what he called a "crisis in science education," as well as talked about some of his inventions.
During Open Lines, David, a physician and... More »
Bill Bean, author of Dark Force, joined George for the first half of the program to discuss how his family was tormented and destroyed by a demonic force that occupied their house in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
During Open Lines, callers shared some of... More »
In the first half of the program, George was joined by author Diana Cooper for a discussion on angels and unicorns. During Open Lines, callers continued the conversation on unicorns and angelic/spiritual encounters, as well as spoke about conspiracy theories and the government bailouts.
In the first hour and a half of the program, Ian Punnett spoke with documentary filmmaker Bart Sibrel, who provided evidence that he believes shows the moon missions were faked by NASA. Callers lined up on both sides of the debate, many agreeing in one way or another with Sibrel. Ian invited Sibrel back at the beginning of the... More »
In the first hour, Shelley Kaehr talked about the healing power of gems and minerals. During Open Lines, Tim in Jacksonville, Florida shared details from his 1995 UFO sighting, George spoke with actor Doug Hutchison, and callers phoned in to sing Happy... More »
In the first half of the program, Rob & Anne Wlodarski talked about the ghostly and haunted happenings on Catalina Island. Rob stayed on during the second hour to share more about his paranormal investigations and take calls from listeners. 'Friday the 13th' Open Lines followed.
In the first half of the program, researcher and lecturer David Wilcock spoke about the year 2012, and presented scientific data which shows big changes are in store for humanity in the near future. Open Lines followed.
The first half of the program featured author R. Gary Patterson, along with three special guests, who talked about American rock and roll legends Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, and the tragic 1959 accident that claimed their lives. During Open Lines, George offered a special hotline for truckers.
Appearing in the first half of the show, author Dorothy Cora Moore discussed her novel, The Atlanteans, and shared her extensive research on Atlantis. During Open Lines, George offered a special 'shapeshifting' hotline.
In the first half of the program, author and intelligence expert Jeffrey Richelson talked about the Nuclear Emergency Support Team (NEST), a secret government agency that responds to nuclear terrorism threats. Ian hosted Open Lines during the last two hours of the show.
Callers shared their bizarre stories during Friday night's Open Lines. Our first hour guest, psychic Erika Frost, talked about the upcoming GhostFest III as well as some of the strange things that have occurred on the supposedly haunted Queen Mary.
Ian Punnett hosted an evening of Open Lines which featured the theme of epiphanies and how they changed callers' lives. Dave in Hamilton, Ontario, recounted a hunting incident, which he called "such a ghastly experience" that it forever altered the course of his life. He explained that he had shot and killed a robin and then saw that another bird had flown down and was... More »
Our Christmas Night Open Lines Special, featured callers' miracle tales, and brief pop-in appearances from Joshua P. Warren, Bruce Goldberg, and Richard C. Hoagland, who offered their holiday tidings. Russ shared an account of an elderly woman, who years ago was without coal to heat her home. A man who told her he was from the Peacock Coal Co. gave her some, but when she looked up the... More »
During Open Lines, Ian Punnett fielded calls which ran the gamut of high strangeness genres. Stories shared by callers included a swamp creature sighting, a Bohemian Grove conspiracy, and an uplifting angel encounter. Arthur from Willoughby, Ohio put forth his theory on UFOs, saying that they were "future generations that are coming back but cannot break the paradox and cannot contact... More »
During Open Lines, callers phoned in with their stories on a variety of topics. Mark in Hilo, Hawaii expressed concern about how our government has been running the country and suggested term limits for representatives. Matt from Seneca, Missouri told George he met a soldier at a gun shop who told him that a National Guard brigade is being stationed in Springfield, Missouri, preparing to... More »
During Open Lines, George invited callers to share their own bizarre and freaky tales. Richard in Pennsylvania recounted the strange story of Stone Man Willie, who according to legend was turned to stone by a botched embalming procedure.
In the first hour, attorney Galen Cook provided an update on his investigation of D.B. Cooper, the notorious hijacker who in 1971 parachuted from an airliner with a $200,000 ransom and vanished without a trace. During the middle two hours, Emmy-Award winning television producer and author Tim Swartz discussed the life, work, and... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a 'tense moment' hotline. Jerry in Toronto said he became agitated after being approached by a stranger one night on his walk home from the subway station. According to Jerry, the man claimed to have a weapon and asked him for some money. Jerry said the stranger also wanted his briefcase, which Jerry said he could not afford to lose, so he struck the man in... More »
First hour guest, investment advisor Mish Shedlock offered commentary. He returned during the second hour, joining George in a night of pre-election Open Lines and discussion about the economy. We have entered into a global recession, said Shedlock-- nine out of ten countries are in a downturn. The latest news looks grim for the automotive industry, and he predicted that some 5,000 car... More »
George Noory hosted the 2008 Halloween edition of Ghost-to-Ghost, with callers sharing their spookiest stories. Tales from listeners included ghost encounters at a garage, a bar, a casino, and even a college's photo department darkroom. Others shared accounts of terrifying spirit attacks in their sleep, a ghost spotted on a webcam, and a woman who heard three knocks and a "death... More »
In the first hour, guest host Whitley Strieber (email) welcomed Dr. Roger Leir, who discussed his most recent implant removal surgery of what he called a "manufactured device that is not from this world." Whitley noted that he was also in attendance during the procedure. Leir's patient 'John' is a scientist who works in a very sensitive area of communications research, Whitley... More »
In the first half of the program, author Michael Teitelbaum shared some of the frightening tales he has collected from people across the country. Teitelbaum related a story about an Indiana man who was awakened prematurely by his alarm clock to find a tall shadowy figure that was "human-shaped but devoid of any detail or features" staring back at him from the kitchen. The man... More »
In the first hour, George spoke with researcher Dianne Arcangel about afterlife encounters. Arcangel shared results from a past internet-based survey. That survey asked participants if they had experienced ecstacy either during or after an afterlife encounter. According to Arcangel, 1,075 out of 1,200 Coast listeners answered in the affirmative.Arcangel also explained why some people... More »
Inspired by his love of the 1958 Walt Disney miniseries, The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, George offered a 'Nine Lives' hotline during Open Lines. Anthony in Kentucky said he is currently on his fourth life, having been run over by a car as a child, almost drowned at age 10, and involved in a vehicle rollover accident this past winter.Donna, a nurse from Ohio, told George that she was... More »
George offered a 'bizarre' hotline during Open Lines. Kate from Bend, Oregon recalled the morning she came home to discover an intruder dressed in jeans and a black t-shirt sleeping on her couch. Kate said she called 911 and shouted at the stranger until he left. She also found out that her visitor had been sneaking into her home from time to time to take showers. Kate said that he did not... More »
In the first hour, Adam the DreamHealer talked about the healing power of intention. According to Adam, not only does an individual's intentions effect his or her own immune system, but some studies suggest that the intentions of people who surround an individual also effect that person's health."Our intentions effect things far beyond our conscious awareness," Adam further... More »
In the first hour, Michael Horn discussed some of the prophecies of purported ET contactee Billy Meier, including one about a tsunami that will hit the Pacific Northwest Coast of the United States.According to Horn, an alien named Ptaah told Meier, "there will be a seaquake of 9 points on the Richter Scale in the region of the North Pacific not far from the American Coast from Portland... More »
In the first hour and a half, George Knapp welcomed the Director of Research at MUFON, Robert Powell, who shared the results of his analysis into the Stephenville, Texas UFO sightings on January 8, 2008. Powell said he and report co-author Glen Schulze obtained radar info from the FAA under the Freedom of Information Act and scrutinized the two and a half million data points, noting where... More »
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed Philip J. Berg, an attorney and self-professed Hillary Clinton supporter who has filed a lawsuit against Barack Obama, the Democratic National Committee, and several other parties. Berg contends that Sen. Obama is not a natural born U.S. citizen and, therefore, is constitutionally ineligible to run for the office of president.According to Berg,... More »
Researcher Ruben Uriarte appeared briefly at the start of the program to comment on Friday's lackluster 'Bigfoot' news conference (video) held by Matt Whitton, Rick Dyer, and a self-proclaimed Sasquatch hunter. Uriarte was immediately followed by mask and prop maker Chuck Jarman, who said the dead Bigfoot 'body' is a costume (pictured, left) that he sculpted for a Halloween company two... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special topic line for people who have ever played a prank on someone or had a prank played on them. Christina in Dallas said she once snuck into the house of an enemy and placed an incredibly bad smelling Japanese 'daikon' radish behind the couch in order to ruin an important party. John from Connecticut told George he and some friends released three... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a hotline for callers with stories about 'psychic vampires.' Chad in Birmingham, Alabama recalled when he was a teen and his best friend got pregnant and married a abusive man with the ability to focus his energy-draining powers. Chad said whenever people tried to confront the man, his eyes would change and he would deplete them of their strength. Earl in... More »
George spoke with Dr. Bob Curran during the first half of the program. Curran discussed mysterious places and mythical cities detailed in his book, Lost Lands, Forgotten Realms. According to Curran, there is an element of truth to the legendary locations that turn up in literature and film, but they are also a "physical manifestation of our hopes and dreams and what we really want for... More »
This program was a rebroadcast with George Noory from 2/18/05. Numerologist Glynis McCants was featured in the first two hours, followed by Open Lines. Note: Due to technical difficulties in Las Vegas, George Knapp's live program with Melvin Dummar and additional guests was postponed.
During Full Moon Open Lines, George offered a 'Monster Moment' hotline. A special forces operator named Larry described his experiences in Afghanistan as well as a strange 30-minute firefight he had while serving there. After his patrol was hit by a RPG in Panjsher Valley, Larry said he could see shadow people on the enemy lines. Larry believes they may have been spirits of the fallen... More »
During Open Lines, George offered an 'Unbelievable' hotline. Dave in Texas recalled when he was a child and was invited to watch a Bigfoot film at the home of Roger Patterson (who along with Robert Gimlin shot the famed Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot footage). Dave also said he thought he may have heard a Bigfoot. Michael shared a story about an 18-wheeler truck he saw disappear from the road one... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a "Bizarre Hotline" for callers with truly strange tales. The stories included two separate demonic encounters, a simultaneous death by a husband and wife, and a chance encounter with the Unabomber. Danny from Phoenix told of how his church went on a trip to Mexico to spread the word of their faith. While performing a prayer in a town square, he... More »
Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp welcomed filmmakers Renee Barnett and Bruce Burgess, who discussed their controversial new documentary, Bloodline, which investigates some of the key questions that frame Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.
During Open Lines, George offered a special 'Hope' hotline in honor of Coast producer Tom Danheiser's uncle, who passed away recently. Anthony in Illinois recounted the unusual circumstances surrounding the time his mom was diagnosed with a large brain tumor. While in the hospital, Anthony said he and his mom were visited by "an extremely handsome looking Hawaiian gentleman with... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special 'Friday the 13th' line. A caller from Beaumont, TX who was born on Friday the 13th said as a child he became convinced he was doomed because of society's negative view of '13.' He thought his fate was certain when the Apollo 13 spacecraft was crippled by an explosion in 1970, but after the crew made it, he changed his outlook on the number.One... More »
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... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a 'Weird Stories' hotline. He also asked for a few native Hawaiians to phone into the show and speak in the Pidgin language. A caller near Dallas, Texas recounted a strange experience she had while working as a nurse. The caller said one of her dying patients told her she could see a man dressed in white and her deceased sister standing outside the window.... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a different special topic line each hour. A former Hospital Corpsman in the U.S. Navy phoned into the 'Bug Stories' line to share a story about his encounter with an alien that looked like a giant praying mantis. According to the caller, the creature was egg shell white with black eyes and stood 12 to 15 feet tall.Ray from Yucca Valley, California recounted... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special line for callers who have told true stories to people who would not believe them. Joyce said a 6-ft tall "dark-hooded figure" appeared by her bed one night, with a "small, impish figure" standing next to him. The impish figure ran onto the bed, Joyce explained, crossing over her stomach three times. According to Joyce, the... More »
During the first hour, author and research physicist Stan Deyo talked about his discovery of an unmistakable grid pattern (pictured) formed by the recent Nevada earthquakes. Deyo said he does not think this was a naturally occurring event, and even suggested the quakes may have been intentionally triggered by scalar weapons. "Someone has done something to make this earthquake series... More »
During the first half of the program, Kristi Piehl, award-winning journalist for KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News in Minneapolis, shared details from her investigation into the murder of a University of Minnesota student and how it could be linked to the deaths of at least 40 other college men across the country.In February 2003, the body of Chris Jenkins was found in the Mississippi River.... More »
In the first hour, writer Stephen Sindoni discussed the legend of J.C. Brown, a man who supposedly worked as a geologist for the Lord Cowdray Mining Co. in the early 20th century and claimed to have discovered an ancient Lemurian civilization in the hollows of Mt. Shasta, California.Sindoni said he became intrigued by Lemuria and the story of Brown while searching for the subject of his... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special topic line to find out how callers have played the cards they've been dealt in life. Chris said he had a rough last year, enduring unemployment and the loss of his girlfriend, who died in his arms one night as they slept. Despite his tragic circumstances, Chris managed to find a positive outlook and said things have recently started to look up for... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a 'scariest moment' hotline. James in San Diego said he was tormented by visitations from a dark entity over the course of two to three months in 1975. He described the entity as human-shaped, wearing a hood and colored with different swirls of black, gray and brown. James remembered asking for God's help, seeing a white light and a beautiful woman who... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special 'lost' line for callers who have had things vanish under perplexing circumstances. Josh from Iowa City said a buddy dropped a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup under the car, searched but could not find it beneath the vehicle. Susie in Dayton, Ohio told George that her prescription medication mysteriously disappeared from the passenger seat of her car.... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special 'disappearance' line for callers who have seen things that have later vanished. Kristine in Cleveland recalled a haunted tour through Mansfield's Reformatory, where she thought she saw an "actor in a black cape" disappear into a cell in the solitary confinement area. Kristine believes the figure may have been the spirit of a murdered... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a different special topic line each hour. A caller to the 'I've got a secret' hotline confessed to stabbing one of two attackers who tried to rob him at knife-point in a restroom at a dance club in Tijuana, Mexico. The caller said he was able to get a knife away from one of his assailants and stab him in the arm pit before fleeing the scene. According to... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a 'Leap Year' hotline. Several callers who were born on February 29th phoned into the program to describe what it's like having only one birthday every four years.A mother from Encinitas, CA said she gave birth to 'Leap Year' triplets (Anthony, Joseph and Raphael), after previously suffering three miscarriages. When her son, Joseph, was two and a half years... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a 'curse' hotline for callers who have either been cursed or have placed a curse on another person. A caller from Canada believes she has been cursed by her former husband. She said her ex has a "powerful mind" and has used it in the past to curse a school teacher. The caller said the curse has caused her to be sick for several years. Robert from... More »
During Open Lines George offered a special hotline for callers who wanted to share what drove them to a moment of evil.Steven in Wisconsin believes he may have been possessed by demons during a period in his life when he was obsessed with mutilating animals. Some callers discussed how the full moon adversely affects their personalities. Another caller claimed to have seen shadow people... More »
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett hosted an evening of Open Lines. Jeremy in Santa Rosa, California shared his theory about 'the antichrist' possibly being aliens. Darrell from Indiana talked about the housing bubble and foreclosures. Darrell said he was bothered by people who blame banks/lenders for taking out loans they could not afford.Elaine in Obrien, Oregon discussed bizarre... More »
During the first hour, investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the ongoing decline of amphibians as well as the extinction of coral reefs. George hosted Open Lines during the last two hours, featuring a special 'laugh line' for callers who wanted to recall a moment they laughed so hard it brought them to their... More »
In the first hour and a half, George spoke with Steven Gibbs about his Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR), a machine that Gibbs claims makes time travel possible. Gibbs said the HDR was developed by his counterpart from an alternate future Earth and given to him by time travelers.In order to physically travel through time, Gibbs explained, the device must be activated near a vortex for three... More »
Art Bell hosted Part I of his Annual Predictions Show, with callers invited to share one event they see coming in 2008. Here are some of the predictions Coast listeners made for 2008: Chris from NYC said that in March the price of oil will drop down to $50 a barrel. The 2007 WD5 asteroid will hit Mars, and the remnants of an ancient civilization will be revealed.
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed author and consultant Andrew Colarik, who commented on various privacy-related issues during the first two hours of Friday's show. Colarik spoke about the domestic satellite surveillance program, which he said was on hold until Homeland Security and Congress finalize a legal framework for it.
This special Christmas Night Open Lines program featured callers' miracle stories, along with some surprise greetings. A woman told a tale of an angelic encounter, in which control of her steering wheel was taken over, helping her avert a crash into a car that was running a stop light.
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett hosted an evening of Open Lines. Sarah in New York played a reverse speech audio clip from Ian's 10/6/07 chat with Jon Jefferson, author of Beyond the Body Farm. According to Sarah, when part of Jefferson's interview is played backwards the phrases "terrible substance in them" and "has all the toxins in it" can be heard.
A special evening of Open Lines hosted by Ian Punnett featured a wide variety of calls. One of the most fascinating was from "Archer" who discussed the "old North Pole," which he said was originally located in Finland.
In the first hour, George was joined live in the studio by actors Bill Mumy and Angela Cartwright. Known for their roles as Will and Penny Robinson on the '60s television show Lost in Space, the two shared some of their experiences working on the sci-fi series.
Broadcasting live from the WNIS studio in Norfolk, Virginia, George hosted an evening of Open Lines. Several callers phoned in at George's request to share their dreams about falling (and hitting the ground).
George hosted 'Trilogy Night,' offering a different special topic line during each hour of Open Lines. Over the course of the evening, callers shared stories of moments that made them angry, caused them to laugh, or frightened them.
Broadcasting live from the OnStar studios in Detroit, George welcomed author Linda Godfrey, who shared some of the strange cases she has compiled about the monsters, hauntings and legends known around the state of Michigan.
George Noory hosted a night of LIVE Labor Day Open Lines, featuring callers' strange work stories. He also paid tribute to some of C2C's staff, interviewing board operators Dan Galanti & Steve Carr, and producer Tom Danheiser.
In the first hour, Linda Moulton Howe discussed the extraordinary July 7, 2007, 1,033-Foot-Long East Field wheat formation discovered by Gary King, Cardiff, a U. K. paralegal, after a he saw a bright flash of light.
After reading the purportedly true story, Cursed by the Witch, George offered a 'Cursed' hotline during Open Lines for callers who believe they have been cursed or who have ever wanted to place a curse on someone else.
During Open Lines, George offered a 'Nuts' hotline for eccentric people. Repeat caller JC phoned in with a rant about 'food pornographers' and gun laws.Several callers also shared stories about what they thought could have been encounters with angels.
Art Bell hosted Part II of his Annual Predictions Show, with callers invited to share one event they see coming in 2007. Here's what some of them had to say: Katherine said one of the Supreme Court justices will resign due to a personal scandal. A new kind of music based on the sound of whales will gain popularity declared Chris.
Filling in for George Noory, Art Bell hosted a night of Open Lines. Inspired by a plotline in the Dean Koontz book Life Expectancy, Art picked out the subject of Best & Worst Days for callers to share.
In a live remote broadcast from GhostFest Expo 2006 aboard the haunted Queen Mary, George Noory presided over a evening of Open Lines featuring stories from both callers and expo attendees, as well as interviews with various GhostFest speakers.
During Open Lines, George shared new info from Dr. Morgus about how all of us could travel back and forth in time through a tear in the space-time continuum, but only for three hours on this particular Friday night.
For Open Lines George offered a special 'weird and wacky' hotline. In the first hour, Ed and Kris Sherwood discussed 'flying humanoids,' and Alex Jones talked about the 'torture bill' that was recently passed.
During the first half of the show, reporter and editor for Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe, shared her research into the famous Kinross F-89 jet fighter that disappeared over Lake Superior on November 23, 1953.
During Open Lines, George offered a 'trilogy' hotline, devoting each hour of the program to one of three topics: insect bites, scariest moments and the future. Throughout the evening, George played several Twilight Zone audio clips and gave away books to the first Fast Blasters who could correctly identify the episodes.
During Friday night's program, George offered three different special topic lines, one for each hour of Open Lines. The 2nd hour featured stories from people who have had flat tires in weird situations.
During the final two hours of the show, George Noory, who was broadcasting live from WMAL-AM in Washington D.C., hosted Open Lines and offered a 'mad moment' line for people who wanted to share occasions in their lives when they just lost it.
In the first hour, reporter and editor for Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe, presented her report on Thomas Sheppard, a retired U.S. Navy Chief Yeoman who claims to have seen photographs of aliens while looking through a classified vault at White Beach Naval Base, Okinawa, on Thanksgiving night, 1976.
During Open Lines George offered a hotline for people with creepy stories to tell. Jason from Indiana recalled a stormy night three weeks ago when he picked up a female hitchhiker coming home from work. He said the girl got in his car, gave directions to her house, and then disappeared after they passed by a grave yard. Upon further investigation, Jason discovered his ghostly passenger was... More »
In the first half, George Noory was joined by ufologist Dr. Roger Leir, who discussed findings from an alien implant removal surgery he performed on December 5, 2003. The last half of Friday's program was Open Lines, with a special topic line for people with unforgettable 'campfire stories.'
In the first half of Friday's program, reporter and editor of Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe discussed global warming and the world's melting glaciers, as well as conversed with listeners on a variety of other topics.According to Linda's report, 2005 was the hottest year in modern human history. By the end of the century temperatures could be higher by 3 to 10 degrees F, she said.
The first half of the show featured a discussion about possible locations for Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat. A digital photo of what has become known as the "Ararat Anomaly" was taken by DigitalGlobe's QuickBird satellite, and was analyzed by first hour guest Porcher Taylor who noted the striking nautical form. In the... More »
During the first half of Friday's program, Art Bell talked with Dr. Roy Spencer (ecoenquirer.com - environmental satire/fake news) about climate change and Jim Hansen, the climate scientist who claims to have been censored by NASA because of his views on global warming. Spencer, who has worked with NASA for the last 20 years, disagreed with Hansen's hypothesis that mankind is mostly... More »
Frequent caller and self-proclaimed demon, Oscar returned to the show to inform George that Elvis Presley is not dead. According to the Son of Satan, Elvis is currently in the Midwestern United States under witness protection. Oscar said Elvis will be his next possession victim. Keith from Lake City, Florida shared a story about his friend, who claims as a young boy to have seen a dark... More »
In the first hour, climate professor Randy Cerveny shared freak weather stories. During Open Lines, George offered a 'creepy places' hotline. In the final half-hour, George played his pre-taped interview with Larry Haber, attorney for the family of 'time traveler' John Titor.
Reporter and editor for Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe presented an interview with "Don," a man who said his uncle had shown him top secret files and photos taken in 1947 of crashed discs and small entities. According to Don, his uncle had B&W pictures of three UFO crash sites, including photos showing a craft embedded into a hillside and two living 'extraterrestrial... More »
During the first half of the program, George talked with author Marc Zicree about sci-fi, The Twilight Zone, and a new Star Trek project -- Star Trek: New Voyages.The new series is a continuation of the original Star Trek show. Zicree said he will be directing an episode of Star Trek: New Voyages ("World Enough And Time"), which he co-wrote with Michael Reaves.
A special Open Lines featured a premonitions hotline. A caller named "Angel" said he foresaw a damaging earthquake hitting San Francisco between June 3-7th that will leave both bridges in rubble. A poker player named Jay phoned in to share an eerie foreshadowing-- an ace kept falling from a deck when he was shuffling the cards. Later his good friend fell and died while rock... More »
During Open Lines George offered a 'Fortune Cookie' hotline for people who have received a fortune that has come true. The Coast host also cracked open a couple of cookies and read some of his fortunes ("Practice is the best of all instructors." and "You outdistance all competitors.") on air. John from Delaware remembered the time he decided to play his fortune cookie's... More »
During the first two hours, reporter and editor for Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe, presented details on a 1947 UFO case involving a "peculiar phenomenon" interfering with V-2 rocket launches from White Sands Proving Ground.
During a special night of Friday-the-13th Open Lines, callers phoned in to share their thoughts on the number 13, as well as to discuss their superstitions. In the second half-hour, author Nathaniel Lachenmeyer discussed beliefs and superstitions about the number 13.
Art Bell continued with a second night of callers' predictions for 2006 during his annual New Year's Eve Prediction Show. The following is a small sampling of the forecasts Coast listeners made for the coming year: Two former U.S. presidents will die of natural causes; another will be diagnosed with dementia.Israel will make a pre-emptive strike on Iran under the leadership of Benjamin... More »
Art Bell hosted the first of two shows featuring Predictions for 2006 as made by callers. Art dutifully recorded their forecasts and also reviewed some predictions from last year. Here's what Coast listeners believe will happen in the coming year:A powerful hurricane will hit the United States in August 2006 that will make "Katrina look like a baby throwing a tantrum," according... More »
Reporter and editor for Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe, provided an interview with former Canadian Minister of Defense, Paul Hellyer, about his discussion with a retired USAF general who confirmed, "UFOs are as real as the airplanes flying overhead," as well as a report on a UFO crash and burial in the Utah desert in early 1950s.
George Noory hosted a special Thanksgiving Eve of Open Lines, which featured a Nine Lives Hotline. Among the callers was a man who said he has so far survived being crushed by a semi, knocked out in a fight, drinking Drano, and the 1989 San Francisco earthquake.
Citing some of history's most wicked tyrants, including Torquemada, Ivan the Terrible, Hitler and Pol Pot, George offered a special hotline for people who have encountered pure evil. Andre from Boston remembered the time a man who claimed he could cast out demons visited his religious boarding school in Indiana. According to Andre, the guest pastor performed "his routine" on... More »
During Open Lines George offered a 'surprise' hotline and was himself surprised when New Orleans-based television personality Dr. Morgus instantly 'teleported' into the LA studio while they were chatting on the phone. The two fielded calls together, then later in the show Morgus asked George to help him with an experiment.Morgus explained he could use his superior powers of mind over matter... More »
Inspired by Robert Frost's poem The Road Not Taken, George offered a 'What If' hotline for people who wanted to wax hypothetical about what could have been if past (or future?) events played out differently. Some of the callers' scenarios follow: What if... the South had prevailed in the Civil War? civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks had not refused to give up her seat aboard a public bus? the... More »
Art Bell returned live to host his annual Ghost-to-Ghost Show, featuring tales of hauntings and spirits, that raise the question-- does something survive death? A number of stories featured phenomena involving children. Michael from Vancouver told of hearing children's laughter after lathering his hair with shampoo in the shower. As the laughter grew in intensity, he began singing until he... More »
Friday night's Open Lines featured a 'Halloween' hotline for callers who wanted to share memorable experiences from Halloweens past. Mark from California claimed to have been thrown around his room by a little girl who mysteriously appeared in his bedroom doorway one Halloween night. He said the girl tossed him onto his bed, vanished, then reappeared and threw him around again. He escaped... More »
During Open Lines George offered a 'trucker' hotline for semi drivers who have experienced strange things on the road. A Pittsburgh-based trucker recounted the time he saw a tall, hooded figure standing off to the side of the Pennsylvania turnpike. The caller believes the dark figure he saw may have been the Grim Reaper.
Friday evening's Open Lines featured a hotline for time travelers. A caller claiming to be from 300 years in the future said he traveled back in time to study the 'nuclear family' (a group consisting of a father, a mother, and their children) because it no longer exist in his time. He also reported that oil is no longer used for the generation of energy and mankind has established bases on... More »
During Friday night's Open Lines, George offered an 'idiosyncrasies' hotline for callers who wanted to share their own personal quirks. Jesse from St. Louis explained that whenever he's eating something crunchy he blinks his eyes each time he chews. John in Los Angeles, who informed George he's a "toilet paper over" kind of guy, said whenever he grabs a tissue he must turn the... More »
George hosted an evening of Open Lines with a special hotline for callers with Charles Bonnet Syndrome. People with this condition report seeing apparitions resembling distorted faces, costumed figures, ghosts, and little people.
George Noory hosted a night of pure Open Lines and offered a special hotline for people in areas affected by Hurricane Rita.Throughout the evening filmmaker and radio host Alex Jones provided updates on Hurricane Rita from his headquarters in Austin, Texas. Mark Sudduth of HurricaneTrack.com also phoned in to offer his analysis of the storm from his mobile monitoring station near the eye... More »
During Open Lines George offered a special hotline for people to share stories they will never forget. One caller recounted the time he drove his car through a house. The caller said he was driving under the influence of sleep medication and thought he was turning into his own driveway when he smashed into the house. According to the caller, the accident caused $50,000 of damage and the... More »
During Open Lines, a caller from San Andreas, California shared a ouija board experience she had as a teenager. She claims that playing with the ouija board unleashed a spirit that followed her for several years.
Broadcasting live from the OnStar Studios in Detroit, George Noory discussed paranormal topics with Scott L., Doug and Will of Ghostly Talk, an Internet talk show about ghosts and ghost hunting. Will recounted the story of Morrow Road in Michigan, where legend says the spirit of a grief-stricken mother roams in search of her lost baby.
During a special Full Moon Friday Open Lines, George offered a "Strange People" hotline and shared the story of Carlos Mirabelli, who could reportedly levitate, appear and disappear at will, and speak in dozens of languages he never studied. UFO Phil called in to tell George that he has been working on a time machine powered by a 220W clothes dryer power outlet and regulated by an... More »
Inspired by the frightening tale of the hook-armed killer of Lover's Lane, George offered a special 'Campfire Stories' Open Lines. During the first hour, reporter and editor for Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe, gave an update on the Deep Impact spectra results.
During Friday night's Open Lines, George offered a "zombie hotline" for people who believe they've encountered the walking dead. Halfway through the calls, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission provided an update on Space Shuttle Discovery. In the second half-hour, cryptozoologist Scott Marlowe talked about the Florida Swamp Ape.
Open Lines featured a special "strange karma" line, where callers shared stories of unusual circumstances that had befallen them recently. Other calls included a man who said he purchased an inexpensive radio from Walgreens, and when he turned it on, he would hear an odd sounding voice that seemed to say the name of Bob, in a high-pitched drone. He played the radio live on the... More »
In the first two hours of Friday's program, Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center and three witnesses discussed a recent UFO/abduction incident in Idaho.The second half of the show featured Open Lines with a special hotline for people with bizarre stories.
During the first two hours of Friday's program, Oliver Williams, website editor for JohnTitor.com, provided background info and an update on the predictions of alleged time traveler, John Titor, as well as took calls from listeners.All that is known about Titor, Williams explained, has been compiled from posts on internet discussions boards dating back to November 2000.
During Friday night's Open Lines, George offered a "weird hotline" for people with bizarre stories to tell. Ken from St. Louis recalled seeing his distant half-brother in a dream minutes before he passed away. Another caller remembered the time he was using a Ouija board with his landlord, and the board spelled out the name of her deceased husband (Mortimer). The caller also... More »
Open Lines featured a "alien hybrid hotline" for people who believe they are a mixture of both human and alien DNA. Roy from Ohio claims his ancestors were a space-faring race that arrived on Earth nearly a million years ago. He described his alien forefathers as scientists who traveled the universe, cataloging countless humanoid races and exploring more than 10,000 advanced... More »
George hosted an evening of Open Lines that featured a "phobia hotline" for people with a strong fear of a specific thing or situation. Heather from Salt Lake City Utah said she has feared spiders ever since she watched her father crush a tarantula when she was a child. A caller from Albuquerque said he became claustrophobic after being locked in an abandoned reach-in freezer for... More »
During Open Lines George offered a "doppelganger hotline" for people who have seen the ghostly double of a living person. Laura from Wisconsin believes she witnessed her mother's naked doppelganger enter an upstairs bedroom and close the door. According to Laura, she yelled at her mom for walking around with no clothes on, but was surprised to hear her mother's voice answer from... More »
The last two hours of Friday's program featured Open Lines. Jim from Ventura County recalled having a dream about a 70-foot tide hitting southern California. Jim indicated the rising tide was caused by a shifting of the planet, which, after it receded, left the water level two to four feet higher than before. Another caller from California, James, said he experiences night terrors and sleep... More »
During a special "Friday the 13th" Open Lines, a caller from Arkansas shared a chilling haunted house story. She recalled the home's previous owners joking, "Well, don't let the ghosts get you," as her family was moving in. Within two weeks they began receiving strange phone calls, including some from a little boy asking for his "Daddy." She said her family... More »
Disturbed by conversation he overheard in a restaurant, George offered an "Anger" hotline for people who have been mad enough to kill. Tony from Sacramento, California described a mission he took part in during his Iraq deployment to find the person responsible for killing a member of his platoon. After tracking down the perpetrator, he said he wanted to kill him, but something... More »
During Open Lines George provided a special topic line for callers who wanted to share their scariest moments. A caller from California described seeing a glowing red, metallic sphere about the size of a soccer ball gliding towards him while on a camping trip. Linda from Portland, Oregon recounted the time she and her sister were walking along a trail and encountered "demonic... More »
Friday night's Open Lines featured a 'Psychic Dream' hotline for people who have seen glimpses of the future in their dreams...A caller from Indiana, who lives on the New Madrid fault, informed George that her upset stomach was the harbinger of a huge and terrible future event. She was unable to provide any specifics, but said it should take place within the next 7 days. The caller also... More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special topic line for people who have seen strange 'passengers' in their car's rearview mirror. Dan in Los Angeles recounted the time he saw an "exact duplicate" of himself smiling and following after him in a VW Bug. Dan said one of his friends also reported seeing the mysterious doppelganger, and suggested that everyone may have an... More »
George offered a special "wishing" line for people to share what they would ask for if they were granted a single wish. One caller said he wanted a spacecraft that could hold enough food and water to allow him to travel beyond the galaxy. He said he didn't want to utilize technology that could instantly transport him out there, but rather wanted to take a cruise in a spacecraft so... More »
Just before the start of Open Lines, George played two audio clips and afterwards asked Fast Blasters to vote for the one they thought was a recording of Art Bell. He later revealed that clip #1 was Art Bell; clip #2 was radio host Phil Hendrie impersonating Art. George also offered a special topic line for people to share their best April Fool's Day pranks.
Art Bell led off a night of special Open Lines by reading from an article titled The Long Emergency in which James Howard Kunstler ponders America's problematic fate when it runs out of its cheap gas supply.
Live from KHVH in Hawaii, George hosted an evening of "Full Moon Friday" Open Lines during the last half of the show, which featured several frightening ghost stories. Anna from Pennsylvania recounted the time she heard loud, banging sounds in a house she was renting. A neighbor revealed to her that the previous occupant had fallen and died in the attic. The caller believes the... More »
During Open Lines, a caller named J.R. told George he was a vampire. J.R. said he was born in the 1400s and continues to be reincarnated as the same person because his bloodline is cursed. He claims to drink human blood from (sometimes) willing women, and maintains there are "hundreds of us" on the planet.Another caller said his son was overcome by an unusual coldness, even on... More »
During Open Lines George provided a "Lucky Line" for people who wanted to share their most lucky story. Gary from Alabama recounted the time he was driving his truck to Louisville, Kentucky and missed the exit he had planned to take. Lucky for him, he found out later that a bridge along the missed route had collapsed, killing a truck driver and his wife who been following behind... More »
The last three hours of Friday's program featured Open Lines. Joe, a truck driver from Tennessee, recounted the time he worked as an orderly at a nursing home. According to his story, he walked into a resident's room and saw a foggy mist in the shape of a body standing near the bed. Joe said the ghost passed through him, sending an "ice cold" feeling through his body. Stranger... More »
In the middle two hours of the show Al Bielek revisited his claim that he participated in the Philadelphia Experiment aboard the USS Eldridge in 1943 as a man named Edward Cameron. The experiment to make the ship invisible misfired, he explained, because the donut-shaped electrical field that was generated had a hole in it.
The last two hours of the program featured Open Lines with a special topic line for callers to share their scariest moments. The first caller, a 'Major' who claimed to work for the CIA, said he was part of the "Freak Squad" -- a secret group charged with the task of recovering strange, unnatural creatures. According to the caller, he spent much of his time rounding up stray... More »
During Friday night's Open Lines, several callers shared their near death and out of body experiences. One caller alleged he was shot and killed, yet could hear the hospital surgical team's discussion while they worked to revive him. The caller said he was dead for 20 minutes.A trucker driving through Joplin, MO described the time he had an out of body experience after a serious truck... More »
Friday night's Open Lines featured a special hotline for inventors. Angela, a Ph.D. psychologist, shared her "public domain" migraine remedy. The ingredients in her analgesic cocktail include low doses of L-tryptophan, niacin, calcium, caffeine, and aspirin. Another caller discussed a chip he created using "Bucky balls" that can absorb heat and make electricity.One... More »
In the first hour, reporter and editor for Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe, provided an update on the "mega-tsunami" potential of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma. During hour two, astronomer Phil Plait talked about the White House's recent decision to have NASA destroy the ailing Hubble Telescope.
During the first hour, planetary scientist David Grinspoon discussed the Huygens probe landing on Saturn's moon, Titan. He thinks the fact that the probe survived its descent may indicate the landing surface was liquid or icy slush.
Art Bell hosted a night of Open Lines, which included a special topic line for people who have had a physical encounter with aliens. Mary recounted the time an alien occupied her body. She described feeling "energy flow through her body" and seeing three greys standing in a beam of light. Mary believes the aliens were benevolent "dimensional" beings who... More »
Art Bell hosted his New Year's Eve Prediction Show, recording caller's forecasts for 2005, and checking in on the accuracy of their predictions for the past year. Here's what some Coast listeners say the coming year holds: A virus will by released by terrorists into New York City. No elections will be held in Iraq during January. A US aircraft carrier will be destroyed in the Persian Gulf... More »
In his live Christmas Eve broadcast, George hosted a night of Open Lines, with a special topic line devoted to miracle stories, as well as discussed angels with author Rosemary Ellen Guiley during the first two hours of the show. Guiley described two angelic falls recorded in the Scriptures: one attributed to Lucifer,... More »
Art Bell hosted Part 1 of his Annual Prediction Show for the new year (part 2 will be on New Year's Eve). In his review of some of the predictions made last year for 2004, he found that someone had correctly foreseen the Red Sox World Series victory, and another caller predicted 2004 would be "the year of the big hurricanes." Among the highlights in the over 50 predictions for... More »
Friday night's Open Lines featured a special topic line for people who have seen the Devil. One caller related the time he and five friends encountered the Prince of Darkness in Dallas. According to his story, the Devil appeared as a tall, slender, elderly man with white hair, and dressed entirely in black. The caller claimed the dark being walked with "no gait" and... More »
Friday's Open Lines featured a special "Truth or Trash?" hotline, where listeners could share their stories and have them judged either true or false by Fast Blast participants who registered their votes with George online.
During the first half of Friday's show, UFO investigator Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center presented new UFO cases. Joining him on the program were MUFON field investigators Sam Maranto and Vic Conner, who discussed a peculiar mass sighting of three red lights over Tinley Park, Illinois.
During Friday night's Open Lines, a caller from Tucson claimed to have a unusual tape recording of a recent Coast show on time travel in which the speed of George's voice mysteriously slowed while discussing time speeding up. The caller's friend, who also recorded the show, verified the anomaly and played the recording on air.
Physicist Dr. Barry Warmkessel discussed alien technology, Noah's Ark, and a dark star called Vulcan. Warmkessel believes Vulcan is the companion star to our Sun, and periodically triggers comets from the Kuiper Belt to fall towards Earth.He said the perturbed comets form large clusters or swarms, occasionally passing near Earth's orbit, sometimes striking the planet with catastrophic... More »
Inspired by the 1958 western The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, George Noory hosted five hours of Open Lines featuring a "Nine Lives" special topic line for callers who, like Elfego Baca, have nine lives. George was especially interested in learning how many lives people thought they had already used up.... More »
During the first half-hour, investigative journalist Bev Harris shared information she has uncovered about the possibility that voting tallies could be tampered with by computer hackers. Later in the hour, author Howard Bloom offered commentary on the recent Osama bin Laden... More »
Brendan Cook of Ghost Investigators Society joined host Art Bell at the top of the show to help introduce a recording Cook obtained from a journalist in Croatia. The tape, produced by Metascience Foundation under the direction of Dr. George W. Meeks, describes the SPIRICOM -- a device which uses tones and... More »
George welcomed special guest Hilly Rose to the show Friday night. Hilly discussed UFOs, ghosts, and sat in with George for Open Lines, which featured a special Halloween hotline for callers who had spooky tales to tell.
During the first two hours, reporter and editor Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com presented a breaking story about a 1948 UFO crash in Aztec, New Mexico. Open Lines started with a bang when Dodie Crain, mother of famed Area 51 microbiologist Dan Burisch, called into the show to set a few things straight.
During the first two hours, mad scientist and TV horror host Dr. Morgus(a.k.a Momus Alexander Morgus) discussed all things "scientific," as well as offered some "Morgusian" solutions to caller questions.
Appearing during the middle two hours, former Apollo astronaut and founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Dr. Edgar Mitchell discussed his studies of consciousness and sustainable civilizations, as well as sharing spaceflight lore. While not seeing any UFOs himself, he said that the best evidence indicates that we have... More »
Inspired by the recent liberation of "the cricket," George opened a special hotline devoted to people with strange insect stories. A caller from Texas described seeing a tarantula on her bathroom floor. She initially thought the spider was one of her cat's rubber toys... until it began moving.
A special hotline was devoted to people who've had unusual experiences at cemeteries. There was Bill from Oklahoma, who recounted his Grandmother's Dust Bowl days, when she lived next to a cemetery and saw spirits dancing by a well.
During Friday night's Open Lines, George prescribed a "Medical Misfits" hotline for people with stories about healthcare gone bad. During the first two hours, volcanologist Robert "R.B." Trombley, Ph.D., discussed volcanic activity around the world and his ERUPTION Pro 10.5 forecasting software.
The first two hours featured Kathleen McConnell discussing her experiences with the spirit children who lived in the attic of her historic home, Fontaine Manse (1871). Shortly after moving into the large brick, three-story house, McConnell and her husband were awakened from sleep one night when their home's inner doors began opening and slamming shut on their own.
In the first hour, reporter and editor Linda Moulton Howe presented a report on asteroid 4179 Toutatis, which is going to pass close to Earth on September 29, 2004. Linda described Toutatis as a large asteroid, measuring 4.6 km long by 2.4 km wide, in a chaotic orbit that crosses Earth's own orbit.
During the middle two hours of the program, author Riley Martin discussed his experiences aboard a mothership near Saturn and his interactions with an alien race called the Biaviians. He said the recent photos taken by the Cassini spacecraft of a brightly illuminated object above Saturn show the alien mothership he visited on... More »
Open Lines featured callers from Florida sharing accounts of Hurricane Charley, as well as Friday night spooky stories. A woman from Ft. Meyers, FL said she and her cat survived Hurricane Charley by huddling in the utility room of her mobile home. According to the caller, the strong winds uprooted a large tree which smashed into her house. She believes the tree held her roof down as... More »
During the first two hours of Friday's show, Oliver Williams discussed the alleged time traveler John Titor, as well as fielded calls from listeners. According to Williams, John Titor traveled to our present from 2036, a time reeling from a nuclear conflict that finally ended an American civil war. Titor claimed he was part of a... More »
Friday's Open Lines included a Special Topic line for "Walk-ins," people who believe an alien or entity may have occupied their spirits permanently or for a time. One man said he would enter into a trance state where he would draw distant constellations that he had no knowledge of. Another caller, said the spirit of one of the Roswell aliens was born into her infant body in 1947.... More »
During Friday's Open Lines, we heard from a caller who said she attended a funeral where the corpse was attacked by bugs and leaked embalming fluid. First hour guest, reporter and editor Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com discussed Earth's weakening magnetic field, as well as presented an update on the latest crop circle... More »
During Friday night's Open Lines callers shared their favorite sci-fi TV shows with George and recounted their own sci-fi/horror stories. Seamus called and reported that he had once filled in for Morgus in a parade in New Orleans. He also told George that he had recently seen shadow insects in his office.
George opened an Immortals Hotline on Friday's show. One caller, claiming to have been born in 1499, said he was on the run from a secret group of European immortal hunters. He admitted that while he isn't affected by sickness or disease, he can be fatally wounded.
The first two hours of Friday's show featured reformed hacker and computer security expert Kevin Mitnick. He fielded calls from listeners and discussed this week's distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, which temporarily interrupted service to several popular web sites including Apple, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo.
During the first two hours of Friday's show, reporter and editor Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com gave an update on the Dan Burisch case. Dan Burisch claims to have received telepathic messages from a time traveling extraterrestrial called J-Rod.
UFO investigator Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center presented new cases and was joined by UFO witness John Baker, whose story was revealed for the first time during Friday night's show.
Prof. David M. Jacobs gave an update on alien abduction and ufology during the first half of the program. Calling UFOs virtual "abduction machines," he said that the aliens' global program has grown exponentially since it began sometime in the late 19th century.
In a night of Open Lines, Art invited callers to share their thoughts on how the world would come to an end. One repeated assertion was that it would be "by man's hand," either through nuclear exchanges or biowarfare.
Friday's "Strange Happenings" Hotline started with a bang when the first caller told George about a 4-foot black snake that fell out of a clear sky and onto the hood of his car. Another caller described an alien abduction event that occurred while he was visiting Mexico in 1992. Even stranger, years later his daughter and her best friend were abducted by aliens.
Friday night's program was a special tribute rebroadcast of researcher Dr. Eugene Mallove from 2/3/04 discussing new energy concepts. The first hour featured brief interviews with Joanne Mallove and Dr. James Kornberg on the life and... More »
Joe Meyer, an arbitrator and mediator for the NASD and NYSE, discussed the probability of a worldwide financial meltdown looming in our future. What could be some of the contributing factors of the coming economic Armageddon? Consumer debt is a big problem. Meyer said, "Currently, we have now outstanding consumer credit [of] $9.3... More »
First hour guest, Richard Hoagland of Enterprise Mission, joined us from his homebase in New Mexico to discuss why he thinks the Mars initiative is losing momentum. He suggested that it's not because of lack of enthusiasm from Captitol Hill; rather, it seems to be "great reservations about NASA's ability to carry it... More »
In the first half of the show Marc Zicree, the author of The Twilight Zone Companion, returned to discuss episodes from the classic TV series. Rod Serling, the show's creator, dictated many of the episodes into a tape recorder while sitting under... More »
In the first half of Friday's show, Peter Davenport, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center, presented two recent cases. Joining him on the program, was Stacey, a witness to a dramatic sighting on March 26, 2004 in Bradenton, FL. Along with her son, she said she saw two large discs that moved erratically, as well as stopped in... More »
George opened up a Disclosure Hotline and two callers said they had been witnesses for Steven Greer's Disclosure Project and recalled stories of their experiences during that time. Another caller shared an account of his grandfather's mysterious death while serving in the military that happened around the time of the Roswell incident.
In the first hour, Art interviewed a ham radio operator named Tom and his wife Ann, who told of encounters in their home with a poltergeist/entity that has identified herself as "Sarah James." The rest of the show was a night of Open Lines.
George set up a special open line for pilots to disclose what they knew about the alleged chemtrail spraying over America. One military pilot, who said he flies out of Edwards AFB, told of seeing a substance loaded into planes, which he described as clear and gelatin-like, that is then dropped between 10,000 and 30,000 ft. in the air.
In a night of Open Lines, we heard from a caller who said he shot at an 8-9 ft. tall Bigfoot creature with a paintball gun, a former merchant seaman who saw a silent craft moving 5,000 to 7,000 mph over the waters near the Philippines and a man who worked near "Hanger 18" at Wright Patterson AFB, and said that it functioned as a "cryogenics lab."
A special topic line was set up for people to share their stories of near death experiences. One caller recounted how he survived shooting himself in the head in a drugged state. It was the "best thing that ever happened to me," he said, explaining that the violent incident set him on the path of changing his life for the better.
During Friday's Open Lines truckers were invited to call in and relate unusual occurrences. Among the callers, was a trucker who heard a strange creature hissing at him from a tree. Another trucker related seeing an odd mist that contained an Indian on a horse, but that the image dissipated when he shined a flashlight on it.
Investigator Linda Moulton Howe, the guest for the first half of Friday's show, offered reports on some of the strange findings of the Mars rovers. She interviewed Geology Prof. Ronald Greeley about puzzling filaments found laying in the soil grains on Meridiani Planum.
Charles Reichblum, the author of the Knowledge in a Nutshell book series, discussed the origins of various superstitions. A number of "bad luck" superstitions such as Friday the 13th and stepping under a ladder, stem from religious connotations, he said. Seeing a black cat cross, got its bad rap, because during the Middle Ages, witches were thought to be able to assume the form of... More »
An Open Lines special topic of strange things seen in a mirror elicited some interesting calls. One man said his face became disfigured into an alien species and the background changed to a red desert planet with two moons in the sky. Another caller described seeing a strange figure in a dressing room mirror that was not a reflection of anyone present, and the figure was staring at him.
Friday's guest for the entire show was Terri Hendry, a news anchor from KOLO-TV in Reno. She shared details of her ghost investigations that she has conducted for the TV station, as well as reacted to callers' ghost and "Old Hag" stories.
Friday's show featured a special topic hotline, for people that "speak with the dead." One woman told a tale of eating a hamburger with her father in a truck stop, knowing full well that he was in spirit form. Another caller talked about how the ability to speak with the deceased ran in her family.
The guest for the first half of Friday's program, investigator Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com, presented two reports. The first dealt with a mysterious ice circle that was found in Horton, Michigan this past December.
Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission, the guest for the first half of Friday's show, discussed the latest information about Mars. He touched on the controversy of NASA changing the color of images sent back from the planet, which he said was done as a distraction to keep people from the real issue-- that there are artifacts on the surface.
The first half of Friday's show featured Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center, who brought on two representatives from MUFON, Kenny Young, and Donnie Blessing, to discuss a recent case that took place in Morehead, Kentucky.
"I've got to tell you, this was very fascinating," said George Noory, who earlier in the day had attended an "alien implant" removal operation, that was overseen by Dr. Roger Leir, the guest for the first half of Friday's show. Brenda, the patient who had the implant, told George that over the years she had... More »
The first half of the program featured geologist and earthquake predictor Jim Berkland who said we are just about to enter a "seismic window," i.e. a period of greater likelihood for quake activity. Correlated with the start of the new moon, he said a 140 mile range from both San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as the... More »
Much of the current solar activity "is caused by comets approaching the sun," said maverick physicist James McCanney who was the guest for the first half of Friday's show. He believes that an entourage of minor planet-sized objects have been bombarding the sun, and as evidence for this, he has gathered various visual... More »
Conducting a five-hour broadcast of caller's ghost stories on Halloween night, host Art Bell said the one thing he was convinced of is "there's got to be something more [after we die]." As the calls came in, some running themes emerged such as in the case of suicide, where ghosts seem to linger in their last locations. There were also numerous incidents in which ghosts or... More »
"2003 is turning out to be a pivotal year for cosmologists," said investigator Linda Moulton Howe, who appeared during the first half of Friday's show. Reporting on data from NASA's microwave probe (WMAP), Linda said that only a small percentage of the universe is composed of matter such as stars, and the rest is made up of... More »
Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center presented new cases and witnesses during the first half of Friday's show. A truck driver named Ken described driving his 18-wheeler directly under a UFO near Council Bluffs, Iowa on 8/19/03. The hovering object contained an array of large disc-like lights on its underside and seemed... More »
It was Full Moon Open Lines this Friday night, and a number of callers reported that increased violence or unusual activities occurred during the full moon. For instance, a paramedic phoned in from his vehicle, describing his transporting of the corpses of two young men to the morgue, both of whom had been killed that night in separate accidents. Later, a Fast Blast message came in from a... More »
During the first two hours of Friday's show Sean David Morton recapped some of his predictions and took calls. Topics included Iraqi nuclear weapons hidden in Syria, revolution in Iran, a U.S. military draft, and the role of PROMIS software in recent blackouts.
Social Parapsychologist Elliott Madison of the White Crow Society differentiated standard sleep paralysis from Nocturnal or Old Hag assaults as the guest on the first half of Friday's show. Regular sleep paralysis, he said, is associated with hormones that suppress motor functions during the dream state, that haven't completely worn off upon awakening.
Peter Davenport, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center returned to C2C, for the first half of Friday's show, presenting witness testimonies of remarkable sightings. First he brought Kim Shaffer onto the program, who described a copper colored rotating disc that he videotaped in the sky over Bristol, Tenn. Davenport said Shaffer's footage has undergone preliminary video analysis by... More »
"It seemed to be a mechanical device, perhaps with an alien inside," said researcher Stanton Friedman. Friedman and fellow researcher Frank Feschino were discussing the fascinating Flatwoods Monster UFO case during the first half of Friday's show.
"We're going to toss open the unscreened dimensional portals and see what hops through," said special guest host Art Bell as he kicked off Friday night's Open Lines. A theme emerged when a number of UFO and alien reports came in, and Art declared it "Contact Night."
Investigator Linda Moulton Howe reported on her trip to England where she observed crop circles and mysterious lights. "Out of nowhere came the loudest roaring sound," Howe said,describing the sudden appearance of an unmarked black Apache helicopter circling tightly over her location, shortly after she arrived at a church near crop circle formations.
This Friday night, George opened a special topic line for Ghouls and Vampires, which drew some interesting characters out of the woodwork. There was a vampire who said he was on the prowl on the street, but that he sucked energy rather than blood. A bartender from New Orleans told of an eloquent Goth vampire who startled him with his retractable fangs.
George presented a midweek night of Open Lines. A special topic line was set up for people to tell of their earliest memories. Perhaps, the earliest was of a woman who said she recalled a prenatal experience, where she existed as a ball of light that was told to jump down and go through a metamorphosis.
Larry E. Arnold, the author of Ablaze!: The Mysterious Fires of Spontaneous Human Combustion was the guest for the first half of Friday's show. Discussing the gruesome but rare phenomenon of people inexplicably burning up while their surroundings remain undamaged, Arnold said he has collected over 400 case studies, going all the way back to the 14th century.
Gulf War Vet advocate Joyce Riley appeared in the first half of Friday's show to discuss the mysterious illness affecting the troops in Iraq. She related details in the case of Josh Neusche, a 20-year soldier who died on July 12, 2003 after going on a "hauling" mission at the Baghdad Airport.
George opened a special topic line on Friday night for people to share their nightmares. Nate from Colorado described a waking nightmare when he was visited by an 8 ft. tall shadow being/ET that appeared in front of his bedroom window. So shaken was he by the event, that he said he hadn't slept a wink in the last 72 hours.
Callers came from across time, space and dimensions on Friday night, when George opened a special topic line for people who entered our world via a portal. One such caller said he hailed from a world in the Orion Belt, where his race existed as non-solid entities akin to steam. He said they traveled to Earth after their planet was destroyed.
The latter half of Friday's program was devoted to callers, with a special topic line on "Night Terrors." A number of people reported encounters with "shadow" beings, such as Seamus who saw six creatures together, each the size of a rat. Father Andrew Wingate, a member of the Old Roman Catholic Church, was... More »
Friday Night Open Lines was punctuated by a special topic hotline, inviting those who have captured an alien or alien craft to call in. It's 4ft. tall, red, and has black eyes and sharp teeth, a Pennsylvania caller said of the creature he was keeping in a large dog cage. Bob from Georgia revealed he was keeping a small diamond-shaped sphere in his garage. He found the glowing green metallic... More »
Investigator Linda Moulton Howe presented two hours of reports and special guests from the International Mutual UFO Symposium (MUFON) in Dearborn, Michigan. First, Linda brought on Stanton Friedman who shared some new... More »
Investigative writer Jon Rappoport presented some startling claims about SARS in the first half of Friday's show. SARS is a phony epidemic, and the initial reports that the disease is caused by a coronavirus have not been borne out, Rappoport said. These cases are actually misdiagnosed respiratory illnesses such as... More »
Not only was this past Friday night, the 13th day of the month, but it was also nearly a full moon. Accordingly, callers were all over the map with tales of both aliens and ghosts in high schools, 4-ft. dogs, transparent wolves, and a woman having a near death experience as she was giving birth. George also opened a special topic line, for those who had weird experiences, good and bad on... More »
We may be dealing with "an energy interaction that no one understands," said investigator Linda Moulton Howe when she appeared on the first half of Friday's show. She was presenting the latest scientific findings from the Urandir Oliveira alien abduction case, in which materials (a scorched bedspread and disc-shaped rocks)... More »
Special guest host Art Bell returned to the Friday program for a night of Open Lines. On his specially designated Time Travel line, a variety of callers presented their forays both into the past and the future. Nunnehi (Cherokee for "The Little People") called from Sacramento, and spoke of previewing her death, along a chain link fence, where she went through a receiving line.... More »
Both the demonically possessed and people who have helped to exorcise such demons phoned into the program, when George set up a special topic line this Friday night. "I was cursed by a witch," said Shirley from Phoenix, who said she has undergone around fifty exorcisms to rid her of the numerous demons that have plagued her. A caller named Tony said he had "the gift of... More »
Theoretical physicist James McCanney appeared in the first half of Friday night's show to discuss his ideas about Planet X. While he doesn't subscribe to the notion that a rogue planet is headed this way in the next several weeks, he does believe there is evidence that extra solar objects do pass our way on occasion.
During the second half of Friday's show the lines were snapping when George asked for tales of being bitten by animals or insects. One man reported being attacked by a swarm of yellow jackets as he drove his car at high speed along the highway. Stories about a biting cat, alligator, snake, monkey and bees also came in.
It was a roller coaster of chills and thrills on Friday's Open Lines. There was Ricky calling from his haunted mobile home, where a malevolent ghost had made its presence known, harassing his girlfriend. Meanwhile a young man from Sacramento complained of frightening waking dreams with a sinister red portal appearing in his bedroom mirror.
Alien contactee Nancy Lieder joined George for the first half of Friday night's show with an update on Planet X, which she believes is drawing ever nearer to the Earth. She reports that X, which she also referred to as a "brown dwarf," can be seen in the night sky as a "red or orange blink-- a diffused blotch," but... More »
Scary Happenings was the theme of Friday night's Open Lines. One caller described the frightening experience of seeing a "pterodactyl" type bird with a 30 ft. wing span fly over his head, north of Boston ten years ago. "It seemed to come from a cloud," he said and its wings made a distinct flapping sound.
Friday night's Open Lines were populated with stories of night visitors. For instance Lisa from Phoenix encountered a Shadow Person who snarled foul words at her in a foreign language (though he graciously vanished after she screamed at him to leave!). A border patrol officer named Charles, told a tale of a "witch" who haunted a New Mexico road that led into Mexico.
Bioterrorism and disaster preparedness expert, Steve Quayle (stevequayle.com), spent the first half of Friday night's show discussing the war. This was followed by Open Lines which included tales from time travelers. It's like a "four-tiered Monopoly board of the Middle Eastâ€”it seems like there's so many moves and counter moves that finally one wonders what game is being... More »
Coast to Coast continued its unique war coverage on Sunday evening, when George did an early broadcast with guests Future War expert Col. John Alexander and columnist John M. Curtis. Barbara presented a full night of Open Lines on her Sunday night slot, giving the... More »
Friday night was another six-hour marathon Coast to Coast, featuring three different guests plus open lines. Raymond Tanter, a scholar of The Washington Institute and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, kicked off the early feed. Tanter speculates that a US victory in Iraq will "send shivers down the spine of other rogue leaders."
The Alien Hotline was open on Friday night. "You can call me Bill," said the first self-proclaimed ET of the evening. Saying he was here to study our planet, the caller was not by himself. His cohort? A yapping dog in the background.
"You've got to be brain dead to take a 1955 smallpox vaccine," that's been diluted five times, and contains a "virtual witches brew" of ingredients, said Dr. Leonard Horowitz, an outspoken authority on medical issues, who appeared on the first half of Friday's show. Horowitz also commented on MRSA, the... More »
The "Séance Line" was open this Friday night. The high-flying evening included stories of an entity that tossed a woman like a sack of potatoes, a Ouija board that exploded and a fast moving shadow that covered a 3-4 block area. Linda Moulton Howe, investigative reporter, presented details about an unusual alien abduction... More »
Joyce Riley, an activist on behalf of those with Gulf War Illness, presented a shocking indictment of the US government during the first two hours of Friday night's show. She said that five separate Gulf War vets had told her that US troops were responsible for setting the oil well fires in Kuwait and that it was done to "make it... More »
Bill Tierney, a former weapons inspector who worked with UNSCOM in Iraq in the late 1990s, was the guest for the first two hours of Friday night's show. He believes that Iraq has nuclear capability and the intention to use such weapons. Further, Tierney claims that he has pinpointed a hidden location in Iraq where there is a uranium enriching processing facility.
George rolled into Friday night by creating a special Doom & Gloom line, where callers could share their dark dreams and visions of the future. Daniel from Chico, a self-declared "professional prophet," quickly took up the gauntlet. Explaining the difference between prediction and prophecy (prophecy allows for people to change the future), Daniel told of his strange... More »
"Hit me with your greatest story never told," George said kicking off Friday night Open Lines. Dave got things off to a mysterious start, saying "I'd rather not say where I'm calling from." Explaining he had been a naval officer stationed in the Gulf War, Dave revealed details about a reverse engineered craft that was part of a program called Tacit Blue. The small... More »
"This is a defining moment," said Richard C. Hoagland, kicking off Friday night's program. He was on the air to spearhead support for Project Prometheus, NASA's recently announced nuclear-powered propulsion system which could triple the speed of current space travel. Hoagland suggested listeners email or fax the White... More »
It was a night of Bigfoot, ghosts, demons, and wolves when George kicked off "Full Moon Stories" this past Friday on Open Lines. The Bigfoot tale came from Lexington, KY and involved a face to face encounter with something that was big, hairy, 7-ft. tall and weighing around 400 lbs. The caller said he pulled out a knife which caught a reflection of light, and it was the light that... More »
In the first hour, investigative journalist Linda Moulton Howe presented her second report into the Raelian cloning controversy. She included excerpts from her interview with Clonaid's CEO and analytical chemist, Brigitte Boisselier who continued to insist that they would be providing definitive DNA proof of the cloned child. Linda also probed Clonaid's financial affairs and motivations.... More »
With a report on the Raelian cloning controversy, Linda Moulton Howe kicked off the first hour. She spoke with both the UFO sect leader Rael, and a Florida lawyer named Bernard Siegel who has a filed a lawsuit against the Raelian-associated company Clonaid. George opened up the lines in the next hour with a tale of when he looked death in the face during a car accident in inclement weather.... More »
Translator and publisher John Chambers discusses time travel and "Father Ernetti's Chronovisor" during the first part of the show, and then Art conducts Open Lines on the subject of time travel for the rest of the program.