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Predictions for 2007 - Part I

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Date: Saturday - December 30, 2006
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Open Lines

Art Bell hosted Part I of his Annual Predictions Show, with callers invited to share one event they see coming in 2007. Here's what Coast listeners believe will happen in the new year:

  • According to a caller from Vancouver, NASA will lose an astronaut in space.
  • Billie in California predicted earthquake activity for the Philippines between March and June.
  • Not dissuaded by recent news of his death, Abby proclaimed Saddam Hussein will be seen alive in well in his hometown.
  • A caller from Kansas City expects Iraq will be divided into three distinct entities (Shiite, Sunni, and Kurd).
  • John in Long Island anticipates UFO sightings will triple in the new year.
  • Republicans will gain Senate control and the price of oil will increase, foretold David in Burbank.
  • A caller from Toronto foresees Israel attacking Iran.
  • Israel will offer and Iraq will accept assistance to put down the insurgents, divined Karen in Arizona.
  • Pete in Omaha revealed the US will sign a treaty with China regarding airspace.
  • Robin in Pittsburgh said we should expect a major communication meltdown; cell phones (and maybe even land lines, too) will be affected by sunspots.

Art also reviewed some predictions from last year:

Dings

  • A caller from Quebec correctly forecasted eight unmistakable natural disasters for 2006.
  • Bud from Michigan was right on when he predicted an extremely rough year for US auto makers.
  • Art declared as accurate a Colorado caller's prediction that a gigantic magnetic disturbance would effect parts of the Mid-West, turning the skies brown and causing 'northern lights' to appear.

Bonks

  • Rick from California was way off when he suggested the world would discover that Bono of U2 was actually the Anti-Christ.
  • A caller from Minnesota erroneously predicted an earthquake would separate Southern California from the rest of the state.
  • Jody from Kansas incorrectly forecasted a huge explosion for Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado.
  • Bill from Oklahoma was wrong about the collapse of North Korea.
  • And John from Washington will apparently have to wait a little longer for Mount Rainier to explode.

Check out Part II of Art's Predictions Show.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Saturday December 30, 2006

  • Time
    Alan Parsons Project
  • Time
    Hootie & the Blowfish
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