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Mars & Baghdad

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Date: Thursday - April 10, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Richard C. Hoagland, Charles Bosworth Jr.

Richard C. Hoagland returned to Coast this Thursday night drawing comparisons between parts of Baghdad and the planet Mars. He pointed out that recent satellite photographs taken of Baghdad show the same tetrahedral geometry that he has found in abundance in Cydonia.

Hoagland believes that this indicates Saddam had an awareness of a connection to ancient Gods, (actually visitors from Mars), who helped found ancient civilizations on Earth. If Saddam possesses secret knowledge, then perhaps "this was a sham war; it wasn't for real. Because he was our guy to begin with, we bought and paid for him," Hoagland said.

"It's all part of the symbolic calendar running up to the year of Mars," he continued, adding that a soldier had recently been televised hanging an American flag in Baghdad upside down. Hoagland said this was generally done as a distress signal and he wondered what this dire message could be portending.

Jon Benet Update

Charles Bosworth Jr. co-author of Who Killed Jon Benet Ramsey? discussed a judge's recent ruling that backed the intruder theory in the case, and seemed to remove suspicion from the Ramseys. Bosworth, who working with forensic expert Cyril Wecht on his book, believes that Jon Benet was killed unintentionally as part of a "sick sexual game" played with a rope tied around her neck.

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