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'Regrets' Open Lines

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Date: Friday - October 12, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Michael Teitelbaum

A special 'Regrets' hotline offered callers the chance tell stories of things they regretted doing. Over the course of the evening, one caller shared a story of giving up a prominent career in Washington D.C., which later lead him to a path of financial ruin, physical attacks and shortly there after...leukemia. He also revealed, a close friend stole his leukemia medicine causing him near death.

One woman allowed a relationship to be destroyed by her inspirations to join the "Die-hard Paranormal Investigators" in Iowa. Plus her beloved dog passed away this past week. Jude, a caller from Santa Rosa, met an addict who got her involved in drug usage which further led to her 10-year old daughter using and dying...a regret she says she can never forgive herself for doing.

One gentlemen regretted praying for his aunt's life while she was in the hospital and told God that he could have anything from him in return...which was followed by his involvement in a major car accident and now chronic pains he deals with daily as a result. His aunt however continues to live, and is near the age of 100.

Paranormal Stories

In the first hour, writer and editor Michael Teitelbaum talked about paranormal stories featured in his new book "The Scary States of America" and took calls from listeners with similar experiences.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Friday October 12, 2007