Host Richard Syrett welcomed crop circle investigator Patty Greer for a discussion on the latest developments in crop formation research and how she thinks the phenomenon may change the course of human history forever.
In the first hour of the program, David Kekich, President of the Maximum Life Foundation, talked about his work with longevity, life extension, and anti-aging research and why he believes that we all will be living much longer lives.
During Friday night's program, George offered three different special topic lines, one for each hour of Open Lines. The 2nd hour featured stories from people who have had flat tires in weird situations.Host: George Noory
A special night of Open Lines featured the Something's Going to Happen hotline.Host: George Noory
Scholars of ancient manuscripts and legends, Laurence Gardner, William Henry, and Glenn Kimball shared their reactions to the ideas presented in The DaVinci Code, Dan Brown's popular book which was recently turned into a movie.Host: George Noory
Open Lines featured the "Outdoor Scary Hotline" in which callers shared intense incidents that happened to them while outside.Host: George Noory
Alternative historian Michael Tsarion returned for a discussion about Irish origins, subversive symbols, his Timegnosis project, and the meaning of 2012. Most people aren't aware of the antiquity of Ireland and its importance in the origins of...Host: George Noory
"Ghostbuster" Mary Ann returned to describe her work with earthbound spirits and consultations for the hit TV series, Ghost Whisperer.Host: George Noory
During the final two hours of the show, George Noory, who was broadcasting live from WMAL-AM in Washington D.C., hosted Open Lines and offered a 'mad moment' line for people who wanted to share occasions in their lives when they just lost it.Host: George Noory
During a special (Almost) Full Moon Open Lines, George offered a 'fright' line for callers to share the scariest things that have ever happened to them.Host: George Noory
Filling in for Art Bell, George Noory welcomed researcher William Thomas, who discussed the US military's usage of electronic mind control-type technology in Iraq.Host: George Noory
During Open Lines George asked listeners to call in and share their worst fears.Host: George Noory
Kicking off a special evening of Time to Vent Open Lines, George played the classic Howard Beale "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!" monologue from the movie Network.Host: George Noory
President of Pioneer Astronautics, Robert Zubrin spoke about his plan to achieve American energy independence by mandating that all new cars be "Flex Fuel" compliant by 2009.Host: George Noory