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'Creeped Out' Calls

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Date: Friday - April 2, 2010
Host: George Noory
Guests: Logan Huffman, Jodi Livon, Open Lines

During Open Lines, George offered a special line for callers to share their 'creeped out' stories. Paul from Chicago recounted the time he and some friends participated in a witch's ritual taught to them by his ex-girlfriend. According to Paul, something happened to one of the girls during the ritual and when her boyfriend tried to help, she threw him across the room.

Mike in Livermore, California, recalled a startling experience he had at four years old, when on a stormy night he was looking out his bedroom window and saw the silhouette of a head pop up. Mike described seeing "a head, then another head on top of that, and another head on top of that."

Sergio, a trucker driving through Wisconsin, remembered when he was ten and living with his family in the basement of their landlord's house. Sergio said he heard a noise in the kitchen one night, thought it was the landlord sneaking around, and decided to scare him. There was no sign of the landlord, but Sergio did find three apparitions sitting at the kitchen table and another floating above the floor. He claims that his brother also witnessed this amazing paranormal event.

V's Logan Huffman

First hour guest, actor Logan Huffman of the TV series V, talked about his portrayal of Tyler Evans on the show, as well as his interest in various C2C topics. Huffman, a long-time fan of the radio program, said he believes something did crash in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. He also shared his theory about why Bigfoot remains have never been discovered -- the creatures bury their dead. While under contract not to reveal upcoming plot details, Huffman said that V fans can expect "everything that is on [Coast to Coast] will be discussed, from cattle mutilations to men in black."

Intuition & the Other Side

In the second hour, George spoke with intuitive coach Jodi Livon about her abilities and work as a psychic medium. "It's like a TV set in my head. I see pictures and I smell things and I feel things," she said. According to Livon, spirits can sense when someone is thinking about them and will sometimes return to communicate their love or to take responsibility for falling short in life. We are all connected and fed by an "intuitive bank of energy," she added. Livon described one of her readings in which she was contacted by a person who died in the 35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis, as well as how she helps owners identify problems with their businesses.

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