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In the first half of the program, host Jimmy Church (email) welcomed researcher Jason Martell, who discussed how ancient cultural beliefs were tied to the procession of the equinox and how this concept of a vast cycle of time can inform modern humans about what's coming.

In the latter half, conceptual artist and researcher Mark McCandlish shared his story of working as an illustrator of classified projects for the military-industrial complex. He recounted a tale of intrigue, secrets, and technology, along with detailed information on the physics and technological mechanisms of an Alien Reproduction Vehicle (ARV) with an anti-gravity propulsion system called the "Flux Liner."

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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to January 28, 1999, when Art was joined by Linda Moulton Howe who shared an interview she did with a retired sergeant about a UFO triangle report from 1989. Art also opened a special anti-Christ line...

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Linda Moulton Howe

UFO Disclosure/ H.H. Holmes, Serial Killer

In the first half, disclosure activist Stephen Bassett talked about the importance of UFO nuclear tampering evidence, the implications of Edgar Mitchell's recent comments about UFOs, and the current political landscape for disclosure. In the...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Stephen Bassett, Jeff Mudgett
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/24/94 for a night of Open Lines with such topics as angels, a new cigarette tax, and stories of the bizarre.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/22/96 for a night of Open Lines, with callers debating militia groups and the Freemen.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/20/96 for a night of Open Lines with an emphasis on Russian turmoil, and heated debates about race relations in the US.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time

Supernatural Tales & Strange Crimes/ Open Lines

Filling in for George, Dave Schrader (email) was joined in the first half by freelance writer and crypto expert Brent Swancer (Facebook), who shared tales of the supernatural and strange crimes, including the case of demons on trial, a vampire...

Host: Dave Schrader
Guest(s): Brent Swancer, John Guydon

Russian Oligarchs/ Bilderberg Group

In the first half, bestselling author Ben Mezrich discussed playing blackjack and counting cards in casinos with the infamous MIT students (the basis for the hit movie 21), how he came to write about the origins of Facebook, and his latest work...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Ben Mezrich, Daniel Estulin

Generational Cycles/ CIA & Polygraphs

In the first half, historian, economist, and speaker, Neil Howe discussed his work on generations and how they shape history. According to his theory, different types of generations tend to repeat in the same order. A second generation CIA...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Neil Howe, Alan Trabue

Jade Helm 15

Author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed why many people are concerned about Jade Helm 15 - a special forces training exercise scheduled to take place this summer across seven Southwestern states. First hour guest, speaker and life coach...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Steve Quayle, Laurie Calzada

Alternative Health/ Education Failure

In the first half of the show, Dr. Joel Wallach, discussed the human body's innate ability to heal itself through natural means and supplementation. In the latter half, international journalist and educator Alex Newman, addressed his work with...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dr. Joel Wallach, Alex Newman

Trajectory of Science

With a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from UC Berkeley, Leonard Mlodinow is the co-author with Stephen Hawking of the best-seller A Briefer History of Time. He discussed the trajectory of modern science from primitive tool making to modern quantum...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Leonard Mlodinow, Brad Steiner

Fungi to the Rescue

Lisa Garr (email) was joined by authority on fungi, Paul Stamets, who talked about his discovery on how to use mushrooms to decompose toxic wastes and pollutants, catch and reduce silt from streambeds and pathogens from agricultural watersheds,...

Host: Lisa Garr
Guest(s): Paul Stamets, Marilyn Wedge

Planet X/ State of Jefferson

In the first half, retired investigative researcher Bob Fletcher spoke about the return of Planet X (Nibiru), how money has been secretly siphoned out of budgets to prepare for it, and the coming global cataclysm. Appearing during the third...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Bob Fletcher, Mark Baird

China's Wealth/ Food Independence

Dan Collins, the founder of Tiger Hill Capital, a Hong Kong based asset management company addressed how China's unprecedented industrial revolution has created massive wealth. Expert in self-reliance and backyard food production, Marjory...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dan Collins, Marjory Wildcraft
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/11/97 for an evening of Open Lines, with callers debating the UPS strike.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time

True Crime & Bad Cops

Journalist and author David Yonke joined George Knapp in the first half to discuss the brutal slaying of Sister Margaret Ann Pahl. Yonke, who covered the case for the Toledo Blade, shared details of the ritual killing, and how later, Father...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): David Yonke, William B. Scott

Gotti Family/ MH-370 Mystery

In the first half, investigative reporter Peter Lance along with John A. Gotti, the son of the infamous mob boss, discussed the true story behind the Gotti crime family and how Gotti's attempts to leave the mob life and raise a normal family were...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Peter Lance, John A. Gotti, Richard Belzer
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/16/96 for a program featuring special 'Vampire' Open Lines.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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The Gotti Family

George Knapp was joined by crime reporter George Anastasia, who detailed his extensive research into the notorious Gotti family of organized crime lore. In the first hour, Miriam Linna, author and founder of Norton Records, discussed the...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): George Anastasia, Miriam Linna
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Army Sniper/ AI & Transhumanism

In the first half, one of the greatest snipers in Army Ranger history, Nicholas Irving, discussed his extraordinary military career, including his deployment to Afghanistan in the summer of 2009 when he set a record for enemy kills on a single...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Nicholas Irving, R.U. Sirius, Jay Cornell
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/26/96 for an evening of Open Lines that delves into the Freemen in Montana and the dangerous side of patriotism.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/13/99 when Steve Shenk talked about preparedness, storable food, and the possibility of a Y2K problem.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Steve Shenk
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The Drug War

Columnist for the Independent in London for nine years and twice named Newspaper Journalist of the Year by Amnesty International UK, Johann Hari, discussed his epic three-year, thirty-thousand-mile journey looking into the 100-year-old war on...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Johann Hari, James R. Norman
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/25/96 for an evening of Open Lines with debates on the Freemen, politics of the day, and gay marriage.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Lovecraft & Sherlock Holmes

In the latter half of the show, long-time scholar Leslie S. Klinger discussed his latest project on the work of New England poet and author H.P. Lovecraft, who is increasingly being recognized as a foundation for American science fiction and...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Leslie Klinger, Jesse Ventura, Adam Plantinga
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Children's Evolution/ Culture of Numbers

In the first half, expert in the metaphysical and the paranormal, Meg Blackburn Losey discussed how many new influences in our environment are evolving the next generation of children in unexpected ways, such as we've seen in the Indigo and...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Meg Blackburn Losey, Barnaby Rogerson
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Angels in Science & Spirit

Radical theologian and Episcopalian priest Matthew Fox (hours 2, 3, & 4) and maverick biologist Rupert Sheldrake (hours 3 & 4) joined forces to explore the nature of angels. First hour guest, author and hospice volunteer, Dannion...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Matthew Fox, Rupert Sheldrake, Dannion Brinkley
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Ouija Communications/ Navy SEALS

In the first half, expert in esoteric history Tracy Twyman discussed her work using the Ouija board as a research tool for exploring occult mysteries. In the latter half, former Navy SEAL Team member Howard E. Wasdin talked about the training...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Tracy Twyman, Howard E. Wasdin
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Counterterrorism Training

With 23 years of experience designing training for high-stress occupations, Marcus Wynne taught at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center as well as law enforcement and military academies. He discussed how he uses research in cognitive...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Marcus Wynne, Howard Bloom
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Return of Nibiru/ Life in the Middle East

In the first half, investigative researcher Bob Fletcher shared his exposé of the return of Nibiru (Planet X), which he tied in with the disappearance of federal funds, the building of subterranean facilities, space program changes, and a whole...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Linda Davies, Bob Fletcher
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Strange Stories & Botched Surgeries

George Noory hosted an evening of Open Lines. In the first hour, internationally known hypnotherapist and author Giovanni Lordi discussed his work decoding the subconscious mind.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Giovanni Lordi
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True Crime Stories

Author and researcher Dawna Kaufmann, who writes true crime books with Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, the well-known medical examiner, discussed some of the most high profile crimes, criminals, and deaths of the past decade including OJ Simpson, Jon-Benet...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dawna Kaufmann, Bill Murphy
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to a 4/20/01 Open Lines show, featuring a replay of a woman's remarkable near-death experience.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/23/01 for an evening of Open Lines that included 'time travelers,' and people who claim they are the Antichrist. Listen for a man claiming to be a child of Lucifer, with the most evil and sinister laugh...

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Strange Disappearances/ Open Lines

In the first half of the program, George Noory welcomed Butch Witkowski, founder and director of the UFO Research Center of Pennsylvania, for a discussion on strange disappearances and other unusual cases he has investigated. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Butch Witkowski
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Pre-Supermoon Open Lines

George Noory hosted an evening of Open Lines. In the first hour, Dash Beardsley, paranormal expert and creator of the Ghost Tours of Galveston, shared some of the haunted history of Galveston Island.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dash Beardsley
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Flight 232 & Survival Stories

Award-winning author and journalist Laurence Gonzales discussed his work researching the 1989 crash of United Airlines Flight 232, and the incredible stories of those who survived this deadly disaster. He was drawn to the intense drama of the...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Laurence Gonzales, Robert Golka
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to October 9, 1996, when callers responded to the question: What if you woke up one morning and the sun never came out? What would you do?

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to June 23, 1994, when Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona discussed his unusual approach to police work.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Prison Reform/ Paranormal Paradigm

In the first half, lawyer Doug Noll spoke about his Prison of Peace project, as well as critiqued the American prison system. Enormous amounts of money are spent on running prisons, but the inmates who receive little rehabilitation, have a...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Doug Noll, Cris Putnam
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Edward Edwards, Serial Killer

Dave Schrader (email) welcomed retired police detective John A. Cameron for a discussion on the most notorious serial killer you've never heard of—Edward Wayne Edwards, who allegedly killed scores of people over a sixty-six-year period and was...

Host: Dave Schrader
Guest(s): John A. Cameron
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How the Living Influence Hauntings

Filling in for George Noory, Dave Schrader (email) welcomed Bill Murphy from SyFy's Fact or Faked: The Paranormal Files or a 4-hour discussion on the origin of hauntings, how the living influence them, and related topics.

Host: Dave Schrader
Guest(s): Bill Murphy
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Peculiar History & Open Lines

In the first half, George Noory welcomed historian and writer Nicholas Belardes, who shared true and weird stories from history, science and technology. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Nicholas Belardes
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Miracles/ Society & the Sun

In the first half, author and expert on the paranormal, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, talked about miracles and the conditions in which they occur, as well as how to develop 'miracle mind consciousness.' People are tired of being buffeted by...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Rosemary Ellen Guiley, Gregory Sams
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Psychopaths

Host Richard Syrett welcomed writer, adventurer, martial artist, and street youth counselor, Stefan Verstappen, for a discussion on the dangerous nature of psychopaths. During the first hour, engineer and science writer, William Beaty, talked...

Host: Richard Syrett
Guest(s): Stefan Verstappen, William J. Beaty
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Amazon Treasures & Shamans

Joining George Knapp, researcher and author Lee Elders discussed his hunt for treasure in the mid-1960s in the Ecuadoran Amazon, and his encounters with local shamans. It has long been reported that there were a lot of Incan treasures buried in...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Lee Elders, Paul Joseph Fronczak
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 4/24/97 for an evening of Open Lines, which included a story from a man who claimed to know where an alien body was buried.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returns to 11/23/98 when Howard Weinstein spoke about serving on a submarine deeply submerged during wartime, which was the basis for the film, The Hunt for Red October.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 11/2/95 for a night of "anything goes" Open Lines.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to January 11, 2002, when Art presided over an edition of Open Lines which asked the listeners, "If you were God, what would you do differently?"

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Abbey Stories/ Grief & the Afterlife

In the first half, a former brother in the Alexian Novitiate Monastery in Wisconsin, Patrick Rick, discussed a possession case and exorcism which took place at the original Alexian Brothers Hospital in St. Louis in 1949. In the latter half,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): J. Patrick Rick, David Kessler
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to May 29, 1997 when Art devoted a show to "absolutely nothing", an Open Lines extravaganza with weird calls about ghosts, UFOs, near death experiences and remote viewing.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Prophecy/ Private Investigations

In the first half, Pastor Carl Gallups discussed the messianic prophecy of the late Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, who had a vision in 2005, in which he said he met the Messiah. In the latter half, Ed Opperman talked about his work as a private...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Carl Gallups , Ed Opperman
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 4, 1995 when Open Lines touched on such topics as the Unabomber, politics, and UFOs.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/1/96 for an evening of Open Lines that includes discussion of the violent group known as the Viper Militia.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Gratitude, Mothman, & Open Lines

In the first half, writer, eco-activist and book publisher Brenda Knight talked about the power of gratitude to change and save lives, and her upbringing in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, the location of the original sightings of the Mothman....

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Brenda Knight
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Mind Control/ Confidence & Current Events

In the first half, medical intuitive and clairvoyant Stewart Swerdlow shared insights into various phenomena, and forces that guide the world as we know it. He also talked about being "recruited" for the Montauk Project. In the...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Stewart Swerdlow, Howard Bloom
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 10/24/96 when an evening of Open Lines including such subjects as Cydonia, Martian anomalies, and the Egyptian pyramids.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Psychic Attacks & Open Lines

George Noory welcomed spiritual healer Elizabeth Joyce for a discussion on psychic attacks, demonic forces and auras. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Elizabeth Joyce
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News Issues, Chemtrails & More

John B. Wells shared news issues of the day and hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, author Sophia Stewart contended that her epic story, The Third Eye, was plagiarized to create two of Hollywood's biggest franchises, The Matrix and...

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Sophia Stewart
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to August 8, 1997, when Art hosted a weird night of Open Lines with Men In Black and time travelers.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Open Lines

George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, Roy Condrey talked about his website, DiedinHouse.com, which searches millions of records to determine if a death has occurred in a particular home.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Roy Condrey
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Martian Head Analysis

During the middle two hours of the program, Andrew D. Basiago, president of the Mars Anomaly Research Society, discussed his teleportation to Mars and breaking news about the discovery of a Martian head. In the first hour, New York Times...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Thomas Greanias, Andrew D. Basiago
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Open Lines

John B. Wells hosted an evening of Open Lines. Previously scheduled guest, author and researcher Dr. John Coleman, will be rescheduled at another time for his discussion on The Committee of 300, an all powerful group that has been at war with...

Host: John B. Wells
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 4, 1996 for a night of 'Truth or Trash' lines. Can you figure out who's lying and who's telling the truth?

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Show Archive

UFOs, Disclosure & Strange Creatures

In the first half of the show, George Noory welcomed John Greenewald of the Black Vault for a discussion on UFOs, disclosure and strange creatures. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): John Greenewald
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 10/25/95 when topics included tales of an exploding whale, and a possible forgery in the Vince Foster case.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): John Greenewald
Show Archive

TWA 800, 9/11 & Gregory Scarpa Sr.

Investigative reporter Peter Lance joined John B. Wells to discuss the crash of TWA 800, the 9/11 attacks and the story of Gregory Scarpa Sr., a Mafia killer who became a top FBI informant. In the first hour, NaturalNews.com editor Mike Adams...

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Peter Lance, Mike Adams
Show Archive

Hoffa & the Mob

In the course of nearly five years of recorded interviews, Frank Sheeran confessed to investigative author Charles Brandt that he handled more than twenty-five hits for the mob. Brandt joined George Knapp to discuss Sheeran's fascinating story,...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Charles Brandt, Paul Bogard
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Pawnbroking, UK UFO Files, & Open Lines

In the first hour, third-generation pawnbroker, Les Gold, discussed the pawnshop business as well as some of his weirdest, wackiest deals and steals. In the second hour, UFO expert Nick Pope talked about the final batch of UFO files released by...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Les Gold, Nick Pope
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Exopolitics & Contact

Pioneer in the development of 'Exopolitics,' Michael Salla discussed evidence of contact that is surfacing through major international agencies such as the Vatican, as well as the issue of diplomacy with ETs. First hour guest, Earnest Cobb,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Michael E. Salla, Earnest Cobb
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The Last Battle

Ian Punnett was joined by journalist specializing in military affairs, Stephen Harding, for a discussion on how U.S. and German soldiers joined forces in the waning hours of World War II. In the first hour, author Howard Bloom talked about...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Stephen Harding, Margaret Barker, Howard Bloom
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 9, 1996 for a wild night of Open Lines, including UFO sightings, weird Pahrump residents, and a hotline for paranoid people.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Haunted Objects & Open Lines

In the first half, George Noory welcomed author, radio host and paranormal researcher Tim Weisberg for a discussion on haunted objects. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Tim Weisberg
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Las Vegas/ 'Dr. Feelgood'

In the first half of the program, George Knapp was joined by popular former Las Vegas mayor Oscar Goodman, who discussed his career as a mob attorney, representing everyone from Meyer Lansky to Lefty Rosenthal, as well as how this led to him...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Oscar Goodman, William J. Birnes
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CIA & Mind Control

Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells welcomed psycho-political thriller author Dr. Steve Pieczenik for a discussion on the CIA and mind control. The last hour featured Open Lines.

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Dr. Steve Pieczenik
Show Archive

The Afterlife and Channeling

George Noory welcomed Prof. Jon Klimo for a discussion on suicide and the afterlife, as well as different forms of channeling, and the information that's been gleaned from it. First hour guest, advice columnist Amy Alkon (book link) talked...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Jon Klimo, Amy Alkon
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/10/99 when veteran of international espionage, John Nolan (book link), discussed how to dig up secrets about your competition, and use them to your advantage.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Jon Klimo, Amy Alkon
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Trends Research

John B. Wells was joined by trends analyst Gerald Celente for a discussion on politically hot issues and what he sees on the horizon for the United States. Open Lines followed in the final hour.

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Gerald Celente
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Conspiracies and JFK Assassination

Comedian, actor, and author Richard Belzer appeared in studio to talk about his passion for conspiracies, as well as his new book, Hit List, which documents the mysterious deaths of witnesses to the JFK assassination. Defying the laws of...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Richard Belzer, Mike Ritland
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Digestive System Stories

Science writer Mary Roach discussed her research into the alimentary canal - the pathway by which food enters the body and solid wastes are expelled. In her new book, Gulp, she explores the digestive system from "nose to tail." First...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Mary Roach, Charles Pellegrino
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/27/96 when the Montana standoff with a group called the Freemen was taking place. A member of the group gets through on the phone lines and has a heated debate with Art.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Black Eyed Children & Open Lines

In the first half of the program, George Noory was joined by paranormal investigator David Weatherly, who talked about his fascinating work on the Black Eyed Children phenomenon. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): David Weatherly
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War Trends

Author and adventurer Robert Young Pelton discussed global war trends, his experiences working with private military contractors, as well as geopolitical hot spots. First hour guest, space historian Robert Zimmerman reacted to NASA's...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Robert Young Pelton, Robert Zimmerman
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/17/96 when Libertarian presidential candidate Harry Browne spoke about his candidacy, along with a wide range of topics including drug legalization.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Robert Young Pelton, Robert Zimmerman
Show Archive

Dracula & Open Lines

In the first half of the show, George Noory welcomed magic historian and illusion designer Jim Steinmeyer for a discussion on Dracula and vampires. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Jim Steinmeyer
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/23/96 when famed Charles Manson prosecutor, Vincent Bugliosi, discussed the incompetence of the O.J. Simpson prosecutors. Plus, the crash of TWA Flight 800 is speculated on by many people who wonder if...

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Jim Steinmeyer
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Radiation Detection & Open Lines

Filling in for George, John B. Wells welcomed Vince Mazur, president and founder of Mazur Instruments, for a discussion on his company's radiation detection equipment. Open Lines followed.

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Vince Mazur
Show Archive

New World Order/ Food & Sustainability

In the first half, ordained Baptist minister and former Chaplain to the 'Elite,' Lindsey Williams, shared what he'd been told by one of his 'Elite' contacts-- the agenda of the New World Order (NWO) for the next 4 years. In the latter half,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Marjory Wildcraft, Lindsey Williams
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Mysterious Disappearances

David Paulides, a former lawman turned investigative journalist and Bigfoot researcher, joined George Knapp to discuss more missing person cases from national parks and forests that government agencies seem to be less than interested in seriously...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): David Paulides, Bob Miller
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/24/95 with an Open Lines night covering such topics as the OJ Trial, a Roswell documentary airing on FOX, and the release of Windows 95.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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'Evil' Open Lines

George Noory hosted an evening of Open Lines. In the first hour, researcher William Warwick (Facebook | YouTube) talked about boomerang-shaped UFOs throughout history.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): William Warwick
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/28/97 for a night of strange Open Lines, including calls from animals who can talk. Additionally, ufologist Jim Dilettoso discussed his possible meeting with Men in Black.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Jim Dilettoso
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Ninjas

Author and historian John Man joined Ian Punnett for a discussion on the ninjas' origins over 1,000 years ago, through their heyday in the civil wars that ended with Japan’s unification in 1600, and how they re-emerged in World War II. In...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): John Man, Charles Shults III
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Chinese Astrology & Open Lines

In the first half, George Noory welcomed author and astrologer Donna Stellhorn, who offered Chinese horoscope predictions for 2013 – the Year of the Snake. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Donna Stellhorn
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Cryptid Encounters / Open Lines

In the first half, George Noory welcomed documentary filmmaker Christopher Maloney for a discussion on his research into cryptids. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Christopher Maloney
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/10/96 for an Open Lines program that included such topics as earthquakes, Jack Kevorkian, the Aleutian Islands, Internet snobbery, and white supremacists.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Open Lines

Filling in for George, John B. Wells hosted a night of Open Lines.

Host: John B. Wells
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Hijacked by Growth

Joining John B. Wells, filmmaker and activist Dave Gardner revealed how the American Dream has been hijacked by growth, consumerism, waste, greed, and materialism.

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Dave Gardner
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/17/02, when the mercenary "Gabriel" related his death-defying role in breaking people out of prisons around the world.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Dave Gardner
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Christmas Eve Special 2012

In this Christmas Eve Special, George Noory was joined by Santa Claus (Sal Lizard) in the first hour. The rest of the evening featured Open Lines, with callers telling memorable Christmas stories, as well as holiday miracles. There were also a...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Santa Claus
Show Archive

Pearl Harbor Attack & Open Lines

George Noory welcomed renegade military historian Douglas Dietrich, who revealed what his research has uncovered about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Douglas Dietrich
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Solving the Crime Epidemic

Best-selling author Ted Dekker joined John B. Wells for a discussion on America's incarceration complex and the societal forces that fuel this billion dollar industry.

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Ted Dekker
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 1/18/02 for a night of bizarre Open Lines, with calls from inter-dimensional beings, pets that can talk, and levitators.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Mars Update & Open Lines

George Noory was joined in the first half by Richard C. Hoagland, who talked about evidence for methane on Mars and new images from Curiosity that reveal artifacts. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Richard C. Hoagland
Show Archive

Simulations, Science, & Reality

Electrical engineer, and scientific truth seeker Jim Elvidge, discussed theories of a programmed reality, in which we may be living in a giant simulation, as well as developments in science and the mind. All the evidence seems to point the idea...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Jim Elvidge, Willie Wilkerson
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 4/20/01 for a classic Open Lines show, which included a replay of an interview with a woman named Sarah, who shares her frightening and bizarre near-death encounter.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Fighting the NDAA

Filling in for George, John B. Wells was joined for the entire show by law expert Stephen Miller and Dan Johnson, founder of PANDA (People Against the National Defense Act), for a discussion on the controversial NDAA and other issues impacting...

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Stephen Miller, Dan Johnson
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/30/01 when alternative energy pioneer Richard Perez gave tips on how to live off the grid and generate your own power.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Richard Perez
Show Archive

GMO Health Dangers

Director of the Institute for Responsible Technology, and the leading spokesperson on the health dangers of genetically modified foods, Jeffrey Smith discussed evidence that GMO foods are contributing to health problems in those who consume them....

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Jeffrey M. Smith, Robert Shapiro
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 3/23/01 for an evening of 'Time Traveler' and 'Antichrist' Open Lines.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Show Archive

Consciousness & Physics

Theoretical physicist Amit Goswami is a pioneer of the new paradigm called "science within consciousness." He discussed the nature of consciousness, evolution, and how the notion of God is connected with quantum physics. First hour...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Amit Goswami, Robert Rose
Show Archive

Global Warming/ FBI Secrets

In the first half, former senior scientist for Climate Studies at NASA, Dr. Roy Spencer, reacted to claims of new evidence that recent warming and hotter weather is indeed the fault of humans. In the latter half, investigative reporter Ronald...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dr. Roy Spencer, Ronald Kessler
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 12/20/95 when Emanuel McLittle, then editor of Destiny Magazine, described how he went from an inner-city high school dropout to a successful publisher and speaker.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Dr. Roy Spencer, Ronald Kessler
Show Archive

Messengers & Intuition

Ian Punnett (Twitter) welcomed medical intuitive and board certified psychiatrist, Dr. Judith Orloff, who discussed what messengers in our lives --in the form of angels, ghosts and dreams-- are trying to tell us. First Half-Hour: World...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Dr. Judith Orloff, Bear Woznick
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Undercover Operations

Joining John B. Wells, former CIA undercover operative, Chase Brandon, discussed the life and work of an Agency spy as well as his role as a technical consultant for movies and television shows, including The Bourne Identity, Mission Impossible,...

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Chase Brandon, David Seaman
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/2/02 when retired FBI agent Candice DeLong (book link) talked about problems within the FBI and how corrupt and incompetent agents often get promoted instead of fired.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Candice DeLong
Show Archive

Open Lines

George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, he was joined by medium and meteorologist Rob Gutro for a discussion on communicating with earth-bound ghosts.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Rob Gutro
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Mafia Revelations

Author and investigative reporter Peter Lance presented his latest research into organized crime and the Mafia, particularly the Colombo family, and one its capos, Gregory Scarpa, Sr. First hour guest, fourth generation Texas farmer, Eric...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Peter Lance, Eric Herm
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 2/24/97 for a conversation with (the late) Diana Fairchild (who had 20+ years experience as an airline stewardess) discussing why so many people get sick from flying. Later in the show, Mel from "Mel's...

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Peter Lance, Eric Herm
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to June 6, 1996, when Professor Gerald Uelmen, who served on the defense team for OJ Simpson, contended that TV cameras in the courtroom were a mistake, and that OJ was innocent.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Peter Lance, Eric Herm
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/1/01 for an evening of "Truth or Trash," when callers were encouraged to tell either unexplainable true stories, or make up tales of the weird.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Astrological Palmistry

Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells welcomed astrological palmist, Vernon Mahabal, who discussed the science behind reading hands, and some of the surprising things his reads have revealed to him. Open Lines followed.

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Vernon Mahabal
Show Archive

Mafia Special

The Mafia is a shell of its former self, but a few old-style wise-guys have survived prison and the Mob Wars, and two of them spoke with George Knapp about their previous lives in this 4-hour special. Crime writer Denny Griffin was featured for...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Dennis N. Griffin, Frank Cullotta, Andrew DiDonato
Show Archive

Police UFO Sightings / Open Lines

Filling in for George Noory, Rob Simone (email) welcomed British police detective Gary Heseltine for a discussion on UFO sightings by law enforcement officers in the United Kingdom. Open Lines followed.

Host: Rob Simone
Guest(s): Gary Heseltine
Show Archive

Kidnapping & Rescue Operations

The founder of HALO Corporation, Brad Barker, provided an inside look at kidnapping & trafficking, along with accounts of rescue and recovery. First hour guest, Professor William K. Black discussed Wall Street 'Banksters' and their efforts...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Brad Barker, William K. Black
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Conspiracy Observations

Joining John B. Wells, the host of Red Ice Radio in Sweden, Henrick Palmgren, shared a series of conspiracy observations focused on the new world order, socialism, and the danger of centralized systems. In the first hour, military and...

Host: John B. Wells
Guest(s): Henrik Palmgren, Andy Lightbody
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/27/97 when attorney Rosalie Osias presented her controversial assertion that women can use their sexuality to advance themselves in the workplace.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Henrik Palmgren, Andy Lightbody
Show Archive

Open Lines & Vampyre Subculture

George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines, as well as welcomed one of the most influential figures in modern Vampyrism, Father Sebastiaan, for a discussion on Vampyre Subculture.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Father Sebastiaan
Show Archive

Undercover Police & Drugs

Former undercover police officer with the San Jose PD, Ted Sumner, discussed his work under deep cover infiltrating various drug trafficking organizations, and why he believes the War on Drugs is making things worse for the United States....

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Ted Sumner, Dr. Peter Breggin
Show Archive

Inside the Neo-Nazi Movement

George Knapp was joined by journalist and radio host Brian Holland, who shared his story of becoming a high ranking member of the White Power movement while simultaneously acting as an informant for the FBI. In the first hour, undersheriff...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Brian Holland, Curtiss C. Kull
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Non-Local Consciousness

Futurist and researcher in non-local consciousness, Stephan Schwartz, discussed remote viewing, meditation, dreams, and how changes in the Earth's geomagnetic field influence our consciousness and creativity. In the first hour, Beverly Hills...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Stephan Schwartz, Marla Martenson
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back to May 9, 2001, when author of Son of a Grifter, Kent Walker, revealed his real life tale of living in a family devoted to crime.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Kent Walker
Show Archive

Paranormal Encounters / Open Lines

In the first half, George Noory welcomed paranormal researcher Heidi Hollis for a discussion on visitations to Hell, Shadow People, and "Hat Man" encounters. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Heidi Hollis
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/25/99, when Edmund Pankau, one of the top 10 private investigators in the nation, discussed how anyone can hide their assets and disappear—living life off the grid.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Heidi Hollis
Show Archive

Open Lines/Curses & Dragons

In the first hour, George Noory welcomed new Saturday night C2C host John B. Wells (email), as well as Templar Knight and historian Mark Pinkham, who discussed dragons. During the second hour, paranormal researcher Rosemary Ellen Guiley talked...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Mark Pinkham, Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Show Archive

Informed Jury Movement

Kicking off his new, second Sunday of the month slot, Ian Punnett was joined by criminologist Dr. Roger Roots for a discussion on the fully informed jury movement, as well as the erosion of Fourth Amendment protections and other rights in...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Roger Roots, Kewaunee Lapseritis
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Metaphysical World & Open Lines

Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp welcomed author Marion Williams for a discussion on her book, It's A Metaphysical World. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Marion Williams
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 2/25/97 when Emily Lau, Hong Kong legislator, discussed the upcoming takeover of Hong Kong by China and her attempts at democratization.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Marion Williams
Show Archive

Vegas Killers & Crooks

George Knapp was joined by Wendy Mazaros and journalist Joe Schoenmann for a discussion on Mazaros' life with Tom and Gramby Hanley, a Las Vegas father and son hitman team who performed murders-for-hire on behalf of mobsters, casino owners, labor...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Wendy Mazaros, Joe Schoenmann, Jim Carnes
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 9/26/01 when author David Hagberg discussed his novel, Joshua's Hammer, about Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda (written a year before 9/11).

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): David Hagberg
Show Archive

Unexplained Crime Stories

Ingrid Dean, detective sergeant, forensic artist, and 20-yr. police veteran in the Michigan State Police Force, discussed her work researching true stories from the front lines of law enforcement which were purportedly shaped by angels,...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Ingrid Dean, Frank Henenlotter, Julia Scheeres
Show Archive

Creature Sighting Updates

In the first half, George Noory welcomed researcher and author Linda Godfrey for an update on the latest cryptozoological sightings around North America.Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Linda Godfrey
Show Archive

Police Exposé

Norm Stamper, former chief of the Seattle Police Department, joined Ian to expose some of the issues affecting the 21st-century police force. In the first hour, Truthdig editor-in-chief Robert Scheer commented on the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Norm Stamper, Robert Scheer
Show Archive

Open Lines Live from Albuquerque

Broadcasting live from KKOB-AM in Albuquerque, New Mexico, George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines. In the first hour, he was joined in the studio by Dr. Robin Falkov for a discussion on various health-related issues in the news. The final hour...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dr. Robin Falkov
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to January 25, 2002, with an Open Lines show on monsters and disturbing entities. Listen for a story about a haunting where a woman was attacked, bitten, and shoved into her bed by an evil unseen force.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Defending a Monster

Defense attorney Sam Amirante and co-author Danny Broderick, discussed what it was like to defend one of America's worst serial killers, John Wayne Gacy, and reviewed the gruesome details of the case. It's important to our system of justice that...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Sam Amirante, Danny Broderick, Craig Hulet, Marshall Klarfeld
Show Archive

Art Heists & Open Lines

Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed Anthony M. Amore and Tom Mashberg, authors of Stealing Rembrandts: The Untold Stories of Notorious Art Heists. Open Lines followed.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Anthony M. Amore, Tom Mashberg
Show Archive

Seal Team Missions

Former Navy Seal, Howard Wasdin (book link), presented an inside look into Seal Team 6, a secret unit tasked with counterterrorism, hostage rescue, and counterinsurgency. First half-hour guests, the 'Psychic Twins,' Terry & Linda Jamison...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Howard E. Wasdin, Terry Jamison, Linda Jamison
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Missing Persons in Nevada

George Knapp welcomed Humboldt County Undersheriff Curtiss Kull for an update on the mysterious disappearances of several people in Northern Nevada. They were joined by Jim Carnes, whose father, Patrick F. Carnes, is one of those missing (related...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Curtiss C. Kull
Show Archive

The Key

Author Whitley Strieber joined George Knapp to discuss the events in his classic book The Key, and what happened when a strange man showed up unannounced and imparted extraordinary lessons to him in 1998. First hour guest, Wayne Pacelle,...

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): Whitley Strieber, Wayne Pacelle
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Magic, Charles Fort, & Open Lines

In the first half, George welcomed magic historian and illusion designer Jim Steinmeyer for a discussion on the art of magic and researcher Charles Fort. The remainder of the program featured Open Lines, with a special line for people who...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Jim Steinmeyer
Show Archive

Psy-Ops in America

Author of psycho-political thrillers, Dr. Steve Pieczenik was trained in psychiatry at Harvard University and international relations at M.I.T. Appearing during the middle two hours, he discussed how Psy-ops are being used against the American...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dr. Steve Pieczenik, Deirdre Marie Capone
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Psychology of High School

Investigative journalist Alexandra Robbins talked about the world of high school and how those who thrive in it are not necessarily the ones who end up successful in life. Being an outsider in high school has been viewed negatively especially...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Alexandra Robbins, Glynis McCants
Show Archive

Cold Fusion & Open Lines

Filling in for George Noory, host George Knapp welcomed media ecologist James Martinez for a discussion on cold fusion in the first half. Open Lines followed for the remainder of the program.

Host: George Knapp
Guest(s): James Martinez
Show Archive

San Pedro Haunting Case

Producer, cameraman and writer, Barry Conrad, shared details from his 1989 investigation of a supposed haunted house in San Pedro, California. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Barry Conrad
Show Archive

Japan Quake Theories & Open Lines

In the first half, ET contactee Gordon James Gianninoto and astrologer Mark Lerner shared their theories about the earthquake that hit Japan. The latter half of the program featured Open Lines, with a special hotline devoted to callers' strange...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Gordon James Gianninoto, Mark Lerner
Show Archive

Physics, Light, & God

Physicist, writer and lecturer, Fred Alan Wolf, aka Dr. Quantum, discussed how physics is finally understanding the profound implications of God's command: "Let there be light," as science and spirituality merge. First hour guest,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Fred Alan Wolf, Marla Martenson
Show Archive

Unusual Moments

George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines, offering a special line for callers who wanted to share their 'unusual moments'. The final half-hour featured a classic clip from a past Coast show, when Art Bell talked with a caller who claimed to be a...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Adam Catlin
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Serial Killers

Author and long-time expert in crime and serial killers, Tom Philbin (book link), discussed what goes through the dark minds of people who kill, and kill again, and he revealed the common denominators they share in spite of diverse backgrounds....

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Tom Philbin, Richard Rives
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 21, 1999, when Dr. Drew Ross (book link) discussed serial killers. UFO lobbyist Stephen Bassett appeared in the first hour.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Stephen Bassett
Show Archive

Growing Your Own Food

Nationally recognized expert in backyard food production, Marjory Wildcraft talked about why she believes the cost of groceries will likely double in 2011, and what people can do to prepare for it. In the the first hour, lead singer of The...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Marjory Wildcraft, Cy Curnin
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 10/19/01 for a night of Open Lines. Art was excited during this show to see results from Princeton University over a mass consciousness experiment he conducted the night before.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Marjory Wildcraft, Cy Curnin
Show Archive

Wrongfully Convicted & Open Lines

Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed author and former civil trial lawyer Laura Caldwell, who discussed the case of a wrongfully convicted man. Open Lines followed.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Laura Caldwell
Show Archive

Hostage Negotiations

Retired FBI hostage negotiator Gary Noesner joined Ian Punnett to discuss events from his 23-year career working in tense stand-off situations. Noesner spoke about the siege at Ruby Ridge and the Waco tragedy involving David Koresh and the Branch...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Gary Noesner
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Tabloid Journalism

Author Paul David Pope joined Ian Punnett for a discussion on the true untold story of the founding of The National Enquirer, and the indelible mark it left on modern journalism.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Paul David Pope
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Space News & Disclosure/ Afghanistan War

In the first half of the show, Coast to Coast AM science advisor Richard C. Hoagland talked about disclosure and space news. Disclosure should be about more than just UFOs, he suggested. In the latter half, CIA-trained senior intelligence...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Tony Shaffer, Richard C. Hoagland
Show Archive

Rethinking Education

Retired San Francisco school teacher Tom Berg discussed why he believes the public school system is highly problematic. Children (particularly C, D, and F students) are being dis-empowered, having their spirits squelched, and turned into slaves,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Tom Berg, Bart Kosko
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'Second Chance' Open Lines

George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines, featuring a special 'Second Chances' line. In the first hour, researcher and author Malcolm Robinson discussed paranormal cases from Scotland.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Malcolm Robinson
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back to 1/12/98, when Peter Gorman, then editor of High Times magazine, discussed the failure of the War on Drugs.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Malcolm Robinson
Show Archive

The Human Voice

In the first half of the show, vocal expert Stewart Pearce discussed the human voice, and how it is much more than simply a way to communicate. Open Lines and a special tribute to the late Glenn Kimball followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Stewart Pearce
Show Archive

Reflections of an Ex-Neo Nazi

Ian Punnett was joined by former Skinhead and drug addict Frank Meeink, who shared the story of his descent into America’s Nazi underground and his ultimate triumph over hatred and addiction.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Frank Meeink
Show Archive

Mortuary Confidential

In the first half of the program, authors and undertakers Kenneth McKenzie and Todd Harra discussed their work in the 'death care' industry, as well as shared stories from their book, Mortuary Confidential. Open Lines followed.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Kenneth McKenzie, Todd Harra
Show Archive

French Foreign Legion

Author and war expert Adrian Gilbert discussed the French Foreign Legion, a unique military organization established in 1831 and comprised mainly of foreign nationals wishing to serve in the French Army.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Adrian D. Gilbert
Show Archive

Compulsive Hoarders & Open Lines

Filling in for George Noory, Ian Punnett welcomed psychology professor Randy Frost, Ph.D., who discussed his research into compulsive hoarding. The latter half of the program featured Open Lines.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Randy Frost
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/14/01 when survivalist and military expert Philip Hoag chillingly spoke of escalating tensions between the US, Russia and China, and the possibility of nuclear war.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Philip Hoag
Show Archive

Combat in Iraq

Former Army Staff Sergeant David Bellavia discussed his experiences on the front lines of the Iraq War, as well as commented on the 'Collateral Murder' video (WARNING: Graphic images and language)‎. In the first hour, Captain Max Hardberger...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): David Bellavia, Max Hardberger
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Adventures of an Undertaker

Ian Punnett was joined by journalist Tom Jokinen (book link), who revealed what he learned about the funeral industry and our changing death rituals working as an undertaker-in-training.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Tom Jokinen
Show Archive

Bizarre Foods & Body Language

In the first half of the program, Ian Punnett welcomed Andrew Zimmern, gastronomic adventurer and star of the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods, for a whirlwind tour of the world's strangest foods and exotic places. In the latter half of...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Andrew Zimmern, Greg Hartley
Show Archive

Geopolitics & Terrorism

Appearing for the entire 4-hour program, author and adventurer Robert Young Pelton discussed various geopolitical flashpoints, based on his experiences in dangerous countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Somalia.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Robert Young Pelton
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to August 21, 1995 for a conversation with Patrick Combs, the man who cashed a junk mail check for $95,000 and got away with it.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Robert Young Pelton
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 4/1/02 for a conversation with former professional war-gamer and NORAD employee, Bonnie Ranthum, who created combat scenarios for the US Military.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Robert Young Pelton
Show Archive

Christmas Open Lines

George Noory hosted a night of Christmas Open Lines, with surprise guests dropping in throughout the evening.

Host: George Noory
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Mr. Lobo & Open Lines

In the first half of the program, George welcomed Mr. Lobo, host of the nationally syndicated, late-night B-movie show Cinema Insomnia. During Open Lines, Mike in Little Rock, Arkansas, shared an experience that convinced him about the...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Mr. Lobo
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/28/01 for a conversation with former FBI agent Candice DeLong (book link) about her career and famous cases, including the Tylenol murders and the Unabomber.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Guest(s): Candice DeLong
Show Archive

Philosophy & Mortality

Ian Punnett welcomed authors Tom Cathcart and Daniel Klein for a conversation about the varying philosophical points of view regarding death and mortality as well as how humor allows us to express our fears about dying. During the 1st...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Thomas Cathcart, Daniel Klein, Richard Bach
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Open Lines

In the first hour, former member of Creedence Clearwater Revival and solo recording artist John Fogerty made an in-studio visit. Fogerty talked about his career, influences, and fascination with Coast to Coast related subjects. Three hours of...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): John Fogerty
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Undercover Hit Man

Ian Punnett welcomed veteran police officer Jack Ballentine (book link), who discussed his life as the country's most successful undercover hit man for hire. He shared how he convincingly infiltrated the worlds of organized crime, jealous...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Jack Ballentine, David B. Williams
Show Archive

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/29/98 for 'Time Traveler' Open Lines.

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
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Magic Moments

During Open Lines, George offered a 'magic moment' hotline. In the first hour, Rochelle Sparrow discussed her work as a psychic trance-channel. In the last half hour, George played audio from his February 28th, 2009 appearance at the River Rock...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Rochelle Sparrow
Show Archive

Treating Kids for Height

Writers Christine Cosgrove and Susan Cohen discussed their new book, Normal at Any Cost, which examines some of the drastic and life-threatening medical treatments that short boys and tall girls endured in order to obtain a 'normal' height.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Christine Cosgrove, Susan Cohen
Show Archive

A Night of Epiphanies

Ian Punnett hosted an evening of Open Lines which featured the theme of epiphanies and how they changed callers' lives. Dave in Hamilton, Ontario, recounted a hunting incident, which he called "such a ghastly experience" that it forever...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Will Vaus
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Christmas Open Lines

Our Christmas Night Open Lines Special, featured callers' miracle tales, and brief pop-in appearances from Joshua P. Warren, Bruce Goldberg, and Richard C. Hoagland, who offered their holiday tidings. Russ shared an account of an elderly woman,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Mrs. Claus
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Open Lines with Ian

During Open Lines, Ian Punnett fielded calls which ran the gamut of high strangeness genres. Stories shared by callers included a swamp creature sighting, a Bohemian Grove conspiracy, and an uplifting angel encounter. Arthur from Willoughby, Ohio...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Captain Kelly Sweeney
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The Worlds of Dean Koontz

Ian Punnett welcomed bestselling suspense novelist Dean Koontz, who discussed his latest work and reflected on his writing career. He described the creative process as the key motivator behind his prolific catalog of books, "it's like you...

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Dean Koontz
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Full Moon Friday Open Lines

During Open Lines, callers phoned in with their stories on a variety of topics. Mark in Hilo, Hawaii expressed concern about how our government has been running the country and suggested term limits for representatives. Matt from Seneca, Missouri...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Mark Lerner
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A Morgus Surprise

During Open Lines George offered a 'surprise' hotline and was himself surprised when New Orleans-based television personality Dr. Morgus instantly 'teleported' into the LA studio while they were chatting on the phone. The two fielded calls...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dannion Brinkley, Steve Alten, Dr. Morgus
Show Archive

'What If' Calls

Inspired by Robert Frost's poem The Road Not Taken, George offered a 'What If' hotline for people who wanted to wax hypothetical about what could have been if past (or future?) events played out differently. Some of the callers' scenarios follow:...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Linda Moulton Howe, Richard Dolan, Jim Marrs
Show Archive

Spy Chips

Consumer privacy experts Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre of CASPIAN, a group dedicated to fighting supermarket 'loyalty' cards, shared an update on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products.

Host: Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Katherine Albrecht, Liz McIntyre, Joel Barker
Show Archive

Intelligence, Politics & War

Former Justice Dept. prosecutor, John Loftus helps intelligence agents obtain permission to declassify and publish the secrets of our times. He expressed concerns over China, which he believes is making plans for future domination of the Pacific...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): John Loftus, Michael Carroll
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Topics in Physics

One of the world's leading physicists, Brian Greene discussed Einstein's legacy, the nature of time and space, quantum physics, and the theory of everything."We still do not know how the universe began," Greene stated, describing the...

Host: Art Bell
Guest(s): Brian Greene, Susan Meckley
Show Archive

April Fool's Day Pranks

Just before the start of Open Lines, George played two audio clips and afterwards asked Fast Blasters to vote for the one they thought was a recording of Art Bell. He later revealed that clip #1 was Art Bell; clip #2 was radio host Phil Hendrie...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Father Andrew C. Wingate
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Medical Marijuana

Cannabis expert Chris Conrad spoke in favor of medical marijuana usage. "For some people, it is nothing short of a miracle drug," offering symptomatic relief for those with health problems that cannot be adequately treated by...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Chris Conrad
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Serial Killers

Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Helen Morrison shared intriguing data about serial killers, whom she's extensively profiled over the last 25 years. Typically, neighbors and relatives are shocked to find out that someone they know is a serial killer,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dr. Helen Morrison, Amanda Swisten
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Surveillance & Privacy Invasion

Private investigator and electronic engineer Lee Lapin shared the latest tricks and techniques of surveillance used by the world's best agents and trackers. Optical surveillance, which is often legal, has had significant advancements in recent...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Lee Lapin
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Cultural Evolution

Paleopsychologist Howard Bloom discussed the science of cultural evolution and how pendulum swings between repression and expression can fuel creativity. Humanity is like the "compound eye" vision of an insect, he noted, with each...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Howard Bloom
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Sun Tzu & Strategy

America's leading authority on Sun Tzu's The Art of War, Gary Gagliardi, shared the ancient Chinese thinker's principles of strategy and how they can apply to many aspects of a person's life today. Sun Tzu wrote his text 2,500 years ago as a...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Gary Gagliardi, Douglas Hagmann, Troy Hurtubise
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Rebroadcast: Bob Lazar & Amarillo Slim

In this rebroadcast from 12/6/03, Bob Lazar, known for his stories about Area 51, discussed UFOs as well as his alternative fuel company, United Nuclear. The first hour guest was legendary gambler Amarillo Slim.

Host: Art Bell
Guest(s): Amarillo Slim, Bob Lazar
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Escape from Iran

Hollywood make-up artist Bob Sidell shared the story of his recruitment by the CIA in order to help rescue six Americans during the Iran hostage crisis in 1979. The six had managed to escape from the main group of hostages at the embassy but were...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Bob Sidell
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Education Reform

Legendary teacher and reformer John Taylor Gatto presented a scathing critique of our compulsory education system. He told how in 1991 when he won the award of New York's Teacher of the Year, he audaciously quit the profession, saying that he...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): John Taylor Gatto, Joyce Riley
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Who Wants to Live Forever?

George opened an Immortals Hotline on Friday's show. One caller, claiming to have been born in 1499, said he was on the run from a secret group of European immortal hunters. He admitted that while he isn't affected by sickness or disease, he can...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Robert Barrows
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The Mindset of War

Col. John Alexander, the author of Future War and Winning the War, discussed the mindset of current conflicts, and also touched on weapons technology and remote viewing. "The war of the future is not geographic," but rather pits...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): John Alexander
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Stories of Luck

Author Randall Fitzgerald discussed the role of luck in our lives based on his interviews and personal research. He recounted a phenomenal streak of luck he had gambling on slot machines at an Indian casino near his home. Fitzgerald said he...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Randall Fitzgerald
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Exploring Coincidences

Authors of Beyond Coincidence, Brian King & Martin Plimmer, shared their in-depth exploration into the phenomena of coincidence. From the mathematical point of view, Plimmer said, "everything happens by chance." And yet, he related...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Martin Plimmer, Brian King
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UFOs & Alternative Energy

Saturday's main guest, Bob Lazar, known for his stories about Area 51, discussed UFOs as well as his company, United Nuclear, which has developed a Hydrogen Fuel System for automobiles and home power generation. He also presented material on the...

Host: Art Bell
Guest(s): Bob Lazar, Amarillo Slim
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Out of the Portal

Callers came from across time, space and dimensions on Friday night, when George opened a special topic line for people who entered our world via a portal. One such caller said he hailed from a world in the Orion Belt, where his race existed as...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Valerie Lis
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Moving From the Fringe

Ryan Mathews, a consultant and futurist, joined substitute host Steve Mason on Sunday night. Mathews discussed his book The Deviant's Advantage which examines the process of moving fringe concepts into mass markets.

Host: Steve Mason
Guest(s): Ryan Mathews
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Thrills and Chills

It was a roller coaster of chills and thrills on Friday's Open Lines. There was Ricky calling from his haunted mobile home, where a malevolent ghost had made its presence known, harassing his girlfriend. Meanwhile a young man from Sacramento...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Linda Moulton Howe
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Interpol Assassination Squads

David Race Bannon appeared on Monday's night show with a shocking tale of being a member of an assassination squad employed by Interpol, the international law enforcement agency. As part of the Archangel division, it was his team's mission to...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): David Race Bannon
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