In the first two hours of the program, the late Dr. Fred Bell discussed the time machine he built in the 1980s. He also spoke on how an understanding of the nature of human consciousness can be harnessed to achieve time travel, and the technology involved.
Former Los Angeles Times journalist Phillip H. Krapf shared his story of contact with extraterrestrials he called the "Verdants,” who he said came from a distant star system, hovered behind the moon, and taught him about universal consciousness.
Ted Wright has extensive experience dealing with natural and man-made disasters. He spoke about changing weather, catastrophic earth changes, nuclear attack, and other anticipated coming local and global disasters and preparing for them.
Donna Good Higbee discussed her investigation into HSII (human spontaneous involuntary invisibility), which she began in 1994. In every case she has researched, the person is physically still present, although unable to be seen or heard.
Open Lines for the entire show featured discussion of news coverage of the OJ trial, the Tonya Harding and Paula Jones scandals, and doubts and criticism about Jimmy Carter's then-recent brokering of an apparent peace deal with North Korea. It was also Art’s birthday.
Dr. Mike Heiser is an expert in ancient languages, texts, and religions, particularly the Hebrew Bible and the ancient Near East. He discussed such topics as the ideas of Zecharia Sitchin, how ETs were described in the Bible, and the Bible Code theory.
National UFO Reporting Center Director Peter Davenport shared the most dramatic UFO sightings he was investigating at the time. One sighting involved an object which appeared to abduct a wild elk in front of 14 witnesses.
Journalist William Thomas described how he first learned of "chemtrails," and became convinced they're not normal vapor trails. He uncovered a patent that indicated aluminum particles released into the atmosphere would counteract global warming.