George Noory's Christmas Eve Special featured several guests, plus a couple of surprise visits. In the first hour, researcher Stanton Friedman commented on the UK Ministry of Defence's plan to release secret UFO files. He was wary of expecting too much, as such documents in the past have been released with large sections of them blacked out. During the middle of the first hour, Billy Gibbons, of ZZ Top, dropped in to share his holiday greetings.
In hour two, psychic Joseph Jacobs checked in to discuss his intuitions and background. 2008 will be a year of "opening doors" with an accent on new inventions and communications, but it will be also be the "year of the ego," he said.
At the top of third hour, Lionel Fanthorpe popped in and performed a special reading of Twas the Night Before Christmas. Then, authors Kathleen & Michael Gear discussed their historical research into the life of Jesus, commenting that a lot of revisionism had taken place around his teachings, particularly in the years just after his death. It was likely that Jesus had brothers and sisters, but was probably not married to Mary Magdalene, as has been espoused in The Da Vinci Code, they said.
The last hour of the program featured Open Lines.
Bumper music from Monday December 24, 2007