Investigator Linda Moulton Howe appeared during the first half of Friday's program, with a report on her recent trip to England where she observed crop circles and mysterious lights. "Out of nowhere came the loudest roaring sound," Howe said,describing the sudden appearance of an unmarked black Apache helicopter circling tightly over her location, shortly after she arrived at a church near crop circle formations.
Another crop circle researcher, Andy Buckley, told Linda he saw a mist-like vapor underneath two black helicopters flying over a field, where subsequently a crop formation occurred. While the connection between the helicopters and the formations is uncertain, Howe suggested the Apaches may have equipment to monitor invisible frequencies that are related to the phenomenon. Much more on this is available in Linda's Earthfiles report.
Linda also described an incident that occurred at night in a Wiltshire crop circle area where she and her companions were mesmerized by an unusual set of lights. Could we be dealing with "thermal plasmas" that are programmed to do work on this planet, she pondered.
In the latter half of Friday's show, the lines were wide open. Among the calls was a tale of "boiling clouds" in Bakersfield that glowed with yellow, green, purple and blue lights. A woman reported a "spirit cat," a transparent long-haired feline that roamed about in her trailer. "I consider it my pet," she said.
There was also a report of a subtle yet strange vibration, felt by a caller who lived on the Missouri border near Arkansas. She described a regular pulse that occurred every 10 seconds that felt as though it was coming from the ground. Shortly after this call, George received emails coming from other locations around the U.S., where people reported similar experiences.
Bumper music from Friday August 29, 2003