Guest(s): William J. Hall, Roger Clarke
Joining Dave Schrader (email) in the first half, paranormal researcher William J. Hall will discuss the 1974 Bridgeport, Connecticut poltergeist case in which a crowd of more than 2,000 onlookers and national media reported jumping furniture, floating refrigerators, and attacking entities. Followed by paranormal researcher and writer for the Independent in the U.K., Roger Clarke, who'll detail some of the most haunted places of the last five hundred years.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 6/10/22 when psychic and intuitive Gordon-Michael Scallion talked about a massive change in consciousness that will take us into a higher realm of self and spirit.
Guest(s): JC Johnson, Kendall Carver
In the first hour, Chairman of International Cruise Victims, Kendall Carver, talks about odd and mysterious disappearances on cruise ships and how the industry stonewalls investigations of crimes on the high seas.
Guest(s): Alex Constantine, Brian Clegg
First Half: Author Alex Constantine will discuss his latest work on Nazis in America as well as the death of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gary Webb, who wrote about how the Nicaraguan Contras were responsible for supplying the drugs that helped kick off the crack epidemic.
2nd Half: A graduate of Cambridge University with a degree in physics, Brian Clegg, will discuss his career writing about such topics as ESP, gravity, Armageddon science, before the Big Bang, and most recently space exploration.
Guest(s): John Coleman, Travis Walton
First Half: Retired TV weatherman John Coleman studied and reporting the weather for decades, including seven years on Good Morning America. He came up with the idea of a cable channel devoted to nothing but weather and spent six years developing The Weather Channel. Recently, he shocked academics by insisting the theory of man-made climate change was no longer scientifically credible and will lay out the facts which make his case. Related article.
2nd Half: Travis Walton will recount the details of what happened November 5, 1975 when he and a group of loggers in the mountains of Arizona observed a strange, bright light in the sky. Travis left his companions and the safety of his truck to take a closer look. When he failed to reappear, authorities mounted a massive manhunt in search of Walton. He showed up five days later and will describe his ordeal in detail.
Guest(s): Mr. Lobo, Rosemary Ellen Guiley
First Half: Mr. Lobo is the host of Cinema Insomnia, the nationally syndicated show seen in over 30 television markets. He'll discuss some of the best films in the horror genre and why they resonate with us, including how our interest in zombies vs. vampires is a reflection of which political party is in power, how Wolfman and Frankenstein represent themes of acceptance and tolerance, and how zombies are an enemy that we can kill and not feel bad about it.
2nd Half: Author and leading expert on the paranormal, Rosemary Ellen Guiley details the physical manifestations of hauntings, including sounds, smells, and tangible entity contact, as well as tales of Shadow People. She'll also share new stories of spirit communications involving Ouija board and ghosts boxes.
Guest(s): Linda Moulton Howe
Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe will discuss the Ebola RNA filovirus; a breakthrough at the UK's Ministry of Defense on the RAF Bentwaters/ Rendlesham event in December 1980; a gigantic, silent, black triangle that was seen by 25 U.S. Army Infantry south of Baghdad on June 13, 2006-- the date that President George Bush made a surprise landing at Baghdad Airport; and retired USAF Captain Robert Salas' personal experiences in March 1967 at Malmstrom AFB of astounding UFO interference.
George Noory hosts the traditional "Ghost to Ghost AM" Halloween show, where callers share tales of ghostly encounters and contact with the afterlife.