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Moonlight Madness Open Lines

In the first half, members of the Hollywood Ghost Hunters, Rick McCallum, Louis Horowitz, and Robert Pendergraft discussed the many haunted locations they've investigated and described details of their ghost adventures in places such as the Queen Mary, and the Whaley House.

In the latter half, senior astronomer at SETI, Seth Shostak, talked about the latest sets of mysterious signals from space and other anomalous findings.

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Moonlight Madness Open Lines

Show Archive
Date: Friday - November 23, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Richard C. Hoagland, Glenn Beck

During 'Moonlight Madness' Open Lines, Bob in Monterey, CA said he has been working with a man named Ed, who uses night vision goggles to view UFOs and has witnessed them battling in the skies. Jerry shared his memories of a childhood encounter with human-ape like creatures resembling Bigfoot in Severn, Maryland. Jerry claims to have seen these creatures over a period of several years.

David from Virginia told George that he believes he is a 'clinical lycanthrope.' Despite living a rather normal life, he said he has always dreamed of being a werewolf. According to David, he enjoys exploring his animal-side and "feels very powerful" after he transforms (in his mind). Frequent caller JC phoned in with a rant against the Harry Potter books as well as Stephen King's The Mist. JC also threw his hat in the ring, announcing his intention to run for president in the 2008 elections.

JFK & Comet Holmes

In the first hour, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission discussed the explosion of comet Holmes, the 'secret space program,' and the JFK assassination. According to Hoagland, president Kennedy had been in private negotiations to merge the Soviet and US space programs to create a joint Moon mission. He believes JFK was killed because certain government agencies did not wish to have potential discoveries (of ET ruins and alien technology) shared and made public.

Glenn Beck Update

In the last half-hour, radio and TV host Glenn Beck spoke about current issues as well as his new book, An Inconvenient Book.

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Bumper music from Friday November 23, 2007