George Noory hosts the traditional "Ghost to Ghost AM" Halloween show, where callers share tales of ghostly encounters and contact with the afterlife.
Guest(s): Rob MacGregor, Michael Salla
In the first half, host Dave Schrader (email) welcomes author Rob MacGregor for an exploration into the realm of ghosts, spirits and alien encounters, as well celebrities who have seen ghosts and former celebrities who are ghosts! Followed by Dr. Michael Salla, a pioneer in the development of exopolitics, who'll discuss the significance of the Pope's endorsement of ET life as part of universal evolution, and the live streaming video of UFOs near the ISS during four incidents in October.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 11/15/94 when prophecy expert John Hogue shared accounts about those who can see into the future including the mighty Nostradamus.
Guest(s): P. M. H. Atwater
Near-death experience researcher for over 30 years, PMH Atwater's contributions to the NDE field are considered some of the best. Her findings have been verified in clinical studies, among them the prospective study conducted in Holland and published in Lancet medical journal. She'll discuss various stories from individuals who have reported to have had contact with God during their NDEs. Hosted by George Noory.
Guest(s): David Quammen, Bev Harris
First Half: Journalist David Quammen has made 18 trips to Africa since 1999 and has been studying the history of the Ebola virus for many years. In 2007, he wrote an article for National Geographic titled Deadly Contact, about an outbreak of Ebola in a remote village. He'll discuss the up-to-the minute developments in the Ebola crisis.
2nd Half: Founder of Black Box Voting, an investigative reporting and public education organization for elections, Bev Harris, has become known for her work researching the truth behind electronic voting machines, which can remove transparency of the vote count. She'll share some of the more absurd practices going on in the current election.
Guest(s): Marcus Wynne
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'll discuss how he uses research in cognitive neuroscience to create his programs and how he increasingly finds himself bridging the gap between the worlds of academia and unquantified other realms including his work with shamanic de-possession, which the Catholic Church calls exorcism.
Guest(s): Andre Eggelletion, Mike Heiser
First Half: Author, economist and talk radio host Andre Eggelletion specializes in geopolitics, global economics as well as hot button social issues. He'll discuss some of the surprising recent moves of the Fed and what it means to the global economy, foreign policy and ultimately the average US citizen.
2nd Half: Expert in theology, biblical languages, and world civilizations, Mike Heiser, will update his work on ancient astronaut beliefs, Nazi UFOs, giants in biblical texts and history, as well as end times and the New World Order. He'll also address the question of whether conservative Judaism and Christianity could sustain a genuine ET disclosure.
Guest(s): Alan Taylor
Host of Popular Science Radio and automotive aficionado, Alan Taylor, will discuss the future of the car and how the automobile is becoming more than just transportation. He'll cover the latest innovations including driver-less functions, efficiency, car-to-car connectivity and communications.