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.
Other interesting calls included a man who said he had a "mind control sheath" installed via surgery into his brain when he was six years old, under the guise of a tonsillectomy. And a woman who told the tale of her young grandson who seemed to have distinct memories that only her late husband would of known, lending credence to the idea that he was a product of reincarnation.
In the first hour of Wednesday's show, America's "non-milkman," author Robert Cohen warned of the dangers of milk. Cohen cited problems with milk that comes from cows injected with bovine growth hormone (BGH), and that the FDA made a huge mistake in approving this product which is genetically engineered by Monsanto. Laboratory animals all got cancer when they were exposed to BGH, said Cohen and further the development of young girls at earlier and earlier ages is a result of the hormones in the milk they consume
Coast to Coast AM with George Noory has been named the best Alternative Talk program amongst network and syndicated shows, in a just published poll in the trade magazine Radio Ink. Their annual Readers Choice Awards polled radio executives, managers, programmers and marketers to determine which programs were working the best on their stations, and were the most popular with their listeners. While Art Bell is credited with creating "America's most fascinating radio program," it is "George Noory that has carried the show forward for the past eight months," Radio Ink wrote.
Bumper music from Wednesday August 20, 2003