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Nutty Calls & Angel Stories

In the first half Emeritus Professor at Imperial College London, Keith Barnham, discussed how the solar revolution will enable the sun to supply all our energy needs and how we can avoid the threats posed by global warming, oil depletion and nuclear disaster.

In the latter half, Bigfoot hunters Dan Baker and Ray Gardner, founders of American Primate Exploration group, spoke about their efforts to track the North American primate known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch.

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Nutty Calls & Angel Stories

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Date: Friday - April 27, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Jeffrey Seelman

During Open Lines, George offered a 'Nuts' hotline for eccentric people. Repeat caller JC phoned in with a rant about 'food pornographers' and gun laws.

Several callers also shared stories about what they thought could have been encounters with angels.

Negative Energy

In the first hour, emotional clearing expert Jeffrey Seelman discussed his work with individuals (and their homes and businesses) that have accumulated negative emotional energies.

Seelman also spoke about his dealings with people who feel they are under psychic attack, as well as shared one of his cases involving a family who was being harassed by negative entities.

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