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Date: Wednesday - November 21, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Jim Karol, Hans King, Angela Funovits, Mike Super

Joining George for a live in-studio appearance, during the middle two hours, were 'Psychic Madman' Jim Karol and fellow Phenomenon contestants Mike Super (the winner) and Angela Funovitz (runner-up). Karol demonstrated his memory feats, identifying the location of zip codes, while Super handed George a sealed envelope, which later revealed the exact information that callers randomly chose.

Super described putting an audience through "hypnotic blindness" in which they were no longer able to see a motorcycle on stage. Funovitz's final act on Phenomenon involved using a chainsaw to cut through boxes, one of which contained a man.

The last hour of the program featured Open Lines.

Hans King Update

First hour guest, psychic medium Hans King checked in with an update. His recent efforts include starting a school for mediumship and intuition.

As 2012 approaches, he foresees a shift in consciousness, an abandonment of old ways of doing things, and a possible "celestial event" (though nothing as dramatic as a meteor strike). He also expressed concern over lack of water, and suggested that more efforts be made to convert saltwater into fresh water.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Wednesday November 21, 2007

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    Olivia Newton-John
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