Researcher and former government employee Stan Deyo who recently moved to Australia, talked about extreme weather, Earth changes, and ozone issues. He also shared his knowledge of secret propulsion systems and antigravity.
Major Ed Dames (retired) discussed his latest research and findings with remote viewing (RV) through his company called Psi-Tech. He shared info on such remote viewing targets as chemtrails, and the "creator."
In this "Think Out of the Box" show, Art asked for any ideas from callers to solve world problems and win the war on terrorism. The show was a little over a month after 9-11. Many strange and wild ideas were on the table in this unusual program.
Ky "Rocketman" Michaelson, a retired Hollywood stuntman and inventor, is the Program Director of the Civilian Space Xploration Team (CSXT). He discussed his fascination with rockets and plan to launch one 62 miles into space. The first hour consisted of news and Open Lines.
Art brings on a man known only as "Bugs" who said he and a friend shot two Bigfoot in an undisclosed location in 1973. The men thought they might go to prison after killing them, so they buried the creatures. During Open Lines, callers reacted to the tale.
Author and consciousness researcher Stephan Schwartz spoke about remote viewing and how consciousness may live outside of time and space. In the first hour, investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe talked about an apparent sunken city off the coast of Cuba.
Near-death experiencer Pam Reynolds told the story of seeing her own life-saving surgery and encountering her deceased relatives. Dr. Colm Kelleher discussed recent reports of cattle mutilations in Montana.
Prepper expert Steve Shank discussed storable food, self-sufficiency, and Y2K. Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center discussed recent UFO sightings, and advocated for a government contingency plan in such cases.