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Peru Meteorite & Cat Mutilations

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Date: Wednesday - September 26, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Linda Moulton Howe, Aaron Klein

Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe was the main guest, presenting reports from her Earthfiles.com Headline News, on such topics as the Peruvian meteorite, cat mutilations and the honey bee disorder.

Regarding the meteorite crash, she played portions of her interview with Dr. Jose Machare, a geological engineer, with the Geology, Mining and Metallurgical Institute of Lima, Peru. Machare said that it had not been confirmed that arsenic contamination in the water is what made people sick after the crash.

She also discussed a series of recent cat mutilations in Granbury, Texas. The top third of 14 different cats' bodies have been found, bloodless and surgically sliced. Linda said the type of excisions are similar to what has been seen in cow and horse mutilations, which showed evidence of incisions made by heat, "hot enough to cook hemoglobin." In a third report, she discussed how the disappearing honey bee problem could be related to a virus activated by mites.

Interviewing Terrorists

First hour guest, Aaron Klein, the Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNetDaily, discussed his new book Schmoozing with Terrrorists. He spoke of his interviews with would-be suicide bombers, who believe that their deadly missions are the best way to serve Allah and reach the highest level of paradise in the afterlife.

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