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Last Show Recap

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.

Upcoming Shows

Sat 07-23  Exorcisms & Demonology Sat 07-23  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time
Sun 07-24  Mob Confessions/ Ackerman & the Afterlife Mon 07-25  Atlantis & Earth Changes/ Nephilim & Prophecy Tue 07-26  Futurism & Politics/ Open Lines Wed 07-27  Our Species' Journey/ Reptilians & the Paranormal Thu 07-28  GMO Battles/ Paranormal Adventures Fri 07-29  TBA/ Open Lines

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Craig Nelson

Special Guest

Biography:

Researcher, writer and author Craig Nelson has had his writing appear in Vanity Fair, The New England Review, and Reader's Digest to name a few. Craig was a vice president and executive editor of Harper & Row and Random House, where he oversaw the publishing of twenty New York Times' bestsellers.

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Past Shows:

Atomic Age/ Astrology & Transformation

In the first half, author Craig Nelson talked about the history of the Atomic Age, from Marie Curie and Albert Einstein to the workers at the Fukushima plant. Currently, we're in the "twilight of the Atomic Age," he said. In the latter half, macro-astrologer, author and expert in the Mayan Calendar, Barbara Hand Clow, discussed her latest work on major astrological transits or cycles... More »

Host: George Noory

Cosmology & the Universe

Professor of Science Writing at MIT and award winning author, Marcia Bartusiak discussed the birth of modern cosmology that came with Edwin Hubble's announcement in 1925 that our universe was far larger than previously believed, and filled with other galaxies. Continued research by Hubble forced Einstein to reevaluate his own cosmic model and accept the idea that the universe was expanding.... More »

Host: George Noory
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