Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/13/01 when Linda Moulton Howe reported on an underwater city found off the coast of Cuba, and Stephan A. Schwartz recounted fascinating remote viewing targets.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to June 9, 1995, when a man calling himself "Mike" talked about his investigation of the Oklahoma City Bombings, and the possibility of a "John Doe #2" being involved with the attack.
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.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 3/11/97 when (the late) Dr. Fred Bell discussed the time machine he built in the 1980s. When he used the machine to travel ahead in the future, there was nothing....only blackness!
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to January 4, 2000, when Art welcomed John Hogue, expert on the occult, parapsychology, mysticism and prophecy. Hogue addressed Y2K, religion, and why we should all want to prove Nostradamus wrong.
Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time Guest(s):John Hogue
Art Bell - Somewhere in Time journeyed back to 2/15/02 and featured a special phone line for immortals. Like the film Unbreakable, Art was curious if there are people who can't get sick, injured, or even die.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to January 22, 2002, when bestselling author Dean Koontz talked about his then new novel One Door Away From Heaven. Art and Dean also speculated on time travel, alternate realities, life after death, and...
Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time Guest(s):Dean Koontz
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 1/29/02 when Mel Waters, from Mel's Hole fame, returned to discuss a new bottomless hole that turned a sheep into an odd biological being with seal flippers and human eyes.
Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time Guest(s):Mel Waters
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 8/17/99 when Bruce Friedrich from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals goes head to head with Art on the benefits of vegetarianism, even though Art would rather die five years earlier than not...