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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.

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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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Bill Wasik

Special Guest

Biography:

Bill Wasik is a senior editor of Wired Magazine, and was previously a senior editor at Harper's Magazine. He has also contributed to McSweeney's and served as editor of The Weekly Week. Mr. Wasik revealed himself in 2006 to be the inventor of the flash mob, having anonymously organized the first recognized examples in New York City during the summer of 2003. Wasik is the author of And Then There's This: How Stories Live and Die in Viral Culture. He is also the editor, with Roger D. Hodge, of Submersion Journalism: Reporting in the Radical First Person from Harper's Magazine.

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Past Shows:

Lincoln Assassination

Ian Punnett (Twitter) was joined by author Timothy L. O'Brien, who discussed the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the culture of that period in American history. In the first hour, James Bond novelist, Raymond Benson, shared his thoughts on the new Bond film, Skyfall. Then, journalist, Bill Wasik, and veterinarian, Monica Murphy, discussed the history, science, and cultural mythology of... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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