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Phoenix City Councilwoman Frances Barwood joined Art to discuss her investigation into the famous "Phoenix Lights" mass sightings which had occurred around two months earlier on March 13, 1997. She encountered stonewalling by the military and ridicule from the city government...

New Mexico congressman Steven Schiff talked about his congressional inquiry into the Roswell Incident and the difficulties and runaround he received from the Air Force and the Department of Defense. Open Lines featured in the latter part of the show.

Art's wife Ramona describes a UFO sighting that happened while they watched a high-altitude military aircraft, then callers told their UFO sightings. After that, TV station manager John McKinnon talks about how he was fired because he did an interview with a UFO abductee.

Appearing in the first half, author Krsanna Duran discussed connections between crop circles, the Mayan calendar & 2012, and eclipses. In the last 2 hours, for the only time ever, Art Bell's mother (whom he calls "Ma Bell") visited Pahrump in-studio and answered listener questions.

John Keel, famous Fortean researcher and author of many books on UFOs and other strange phenomena, talks to Art about his landmark book "The Mothman Prophecies" and other weirdness he has encountered such as the Men In Black.

Adventurer and filmmaker Peter von Puttkamer discussed his search for Bigfoot among Native American tribes, hunters, and witnesses in the American Northwest. He shared research and sightings of other cryptids such as the Jersey Devil and giant birds in Alaska.

Art interviews James Collier, who co-authored the book "Votescam," which proposed that most votes in United States elections are not counted. He accused CBS and NBC of calling an election in the 1970s from the results of just one voting report.

Harry Browne, the Libertarian candidate for President in 1996, discussed the party platform and issues such as drug legalization, foreign policy, and the rollback of government regulations.


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