Art Bell Vault

Art Bell Vault

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Coast Insiders - enjoy our selection of vintage, commercial-free Art Bell shows, available for streaming-on-demand for both mobile and desktop platforms. Two new programs added to the Vault each week!

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Parapsychology & Poltergeists
Parapsychology & Poltergeists
In an early appearance on C2C, parapsychologist Dr. Barry Taff discussed his extensive history of scientific investigation of hauntings and poltergeist cases. He also spoke about his early days at the UCLA Parapsychology Laboratory.
Afterlife Encounters
Afterlife Encounters
Author Dianne Arcangel discussed life after death and shared several stories from her book Afterlife Encounters. She wrote the book to help her deal with her husband's death as well as to change the world's skeptical view of after-death communications.
Roswell Wreckage Witness
Roswell Wreckage Witness
The late Dr. Jesse Marcel Jr, son of the famous officer from the Roswell Army Air Base, described his experience seeing and holding pieces of wreckage from the Roswell crash, which his father brought by the house on the night of July 8th, 1947.
Physics & Sci-Fi Science
Physics & Sci-Fi Science
Science writer and author Jennifer Ouelette discussed a variety of advanced physics topics, including multiverse models, wormholes, the Big Bang, particle accelerators, mini-black holes, and quantum mechanics.
Consciousness & Water
Consciousness & Water
Writer, researcher and philosopher Stephan A. Schwartz discussed his latest work showing how consciousness affects the structure of water. He also spoke about non-local awareness and ESP-type abilities.
Open Lines & TWA Flight 800
Open Lines & TWA Flight 800
In this Open Lines program, Art and the callers discussed mysteries and controversies surrounding the explosion of TWA Flight 800. Another topic concerned Art's compass suddenly stopping and a fax from a man who noticed his compass was suddenly off by ten degrees.
Rare Earth Hypothesis
Rare Earth Hypothesis
Paleontologist Peter Ward discussed the hypothesis that complex life forms are relatively uncommon in the universe. Based on his research, Ward said that the conditions for multicellular life are so rare that he believed there may be only a few planets with life in our galaxy.
Phone Hacker Tales
Phone Hacker Tales
Calling from a "payphone in the wilderness," John Draper, also known as "Captain Crunch," talked about being a pioneer in phone hacking, which was a way to get free phone service on landlines in the days before cell phones.