Guest(s): Alex Hearn, Katherine Albrecht
Paranormal investigator and cryptozoology expert, Alex Hearn will discuss his involvement in the Melba Ketchum Bigfoot DNA study, as well as his work investigating Chupacabras, Thunderbirds, jaguars and black cats. He'll also cover various UFO sightings in Arizona and the southwest.
First Hour: Privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht comments on the NSA spying revelations, and related events.
Guest(s): Michael Salla
Pioneer in the development of 'Exopolitics,' the scholarly study of ET presence that is not acknowledged to the general public, Michael Salla, will discuss evidence of contact that is surfacing through major international agencies such as the Vatican, the Russian Government and the World Economic Forum.
Guest(s): Stephen Meyer
A Cambridge trained philosopher of science, Stephen C. Meyer, will discuss how the information age has finally come to biology. He'll present an argument for intelligent design using the most controversial aspect of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution-- the "Cambrian Explosion," a rapid appearance of animal life 530 million years ago.
Guest(s): Cynthia Sue Larson
Author Cynthia Sue Larson has a physics degree from UC Berkeley, and uses her background in science to enhance her work with aura reading, synchronicity and the exploration of consciousness with some of the pioneers in those fields. She'll share what she's discovered to help people transform from accidental manifestors into conscious reality shifters.
Guest(s): Les Gold
In the first half, third-generation pawnbroker, Les Gold, will discuss some of his weirdest, wackiest deals and steals, including the monkey his dad once took in to pawn, to the deal he made for a stripper pole. He'll also share the valuable business tips he's learned. Followed by Open Lines.