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Terror Alert & Full Moon Open Lines

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Terror Alert & Full Moon Open Lines

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Date: Wednesday - August 9, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Douglas Hagmann, Juan Cabana

First hour guest, intelligence expert Douglas Hagmann discussed 11 missing Egyptian students, who were due to report to Montana State University, but did not. Three have been apprehended but eight are still missing.He commented that we may be entering a dangerous period, with both an increase in covert and overt terrorist activity. His assertion certainly seemed prescient, when later in the evening it was revealed that the UK terror level had been raised to critical after a plot to smuggle explosive devices in airline hand luggage was foiled.

The show also featured Full Moon Open Lines, with callers reacting to the news of the night, as well as sharing weird and unusual occurrences. The notorious caller J.C. phoned in towards the end of the show, to read a portion of a letter from Edna, his ex-disciple, who had found happiness outside the "compound," with a truck driver and two cats named "Art" and "George."

Appearing briefly at the start of the second hour, artist Juan Cabana discussed his fantastic creations made from such elements as fish & animal remains, steel and fiberglass.

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