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In the first half, founder of End Time Ministries, Rev. Irvin Baxter, discussed prophecies in the Book of Revelation that seven trumpets will sound before the end of the age, and the second coming of Jesus Christ.

One of the world's leading researchers of freemasonry, sacred geometry and ancient astronomy, Christopher Knight, discussed his latest work which makes the case for a deliberate design to the universe using detailed astronomical data he uncovered researching Neolithic science.

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Kathryn Leigh Scott

Special Guest

Biography:

Kathryn Leigh Scott starred as Maggie Evans and Josette DuPres, the doomed fiancee of vampire Barnabas Collins, in the original series of Dark Shadows, and starred in the 1971 MGM film, House of Dark Shadows. She also appears in a cameo role in the new Warner Bros. film, Dark Shadows, starring Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collis, directed by Tim Burton. She is the author of several books about the series, including Dark Shadows Memories.

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Dark Shadows/ Open Lines

In the first half, author Frank Borzellieri and actress Kathryn Leigh Scott discussed the continued popularity of Dark Shadows after more than 40 years. Open Lines followed. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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