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In Coast You Missed It 3/15/19

In Coast You Missed It 3/15/19

By Tim Binnall

The Phoenix Lights incident, cases of UFOs and aliens curing human beings of diseases, and the mysterious phenomenon of time slips were among the fascinating realms explored this past week on Coast to Coast AM. And, here at the C2C website, we told you about the revival of ancient woolly mammoth cells, an unsettling rise in technology-based conspiracy theories, and a Florida family plagued by a ghost in their new home. Check out our round-up of highlights from the past week ... In Coast You Missed It.

While encounters with aliens are often described as frightening and traumatic experiences, UFO researcher Preston Dennett talked about an altogether different type of ET intervention on Saturday night's program in the form of instances in which extraterrestrials allegedly healed sick people. He detailed one specific incident in which a man diagnosed with cancer saw the disease disappear after a ball of light entered his body. According to Dennett, that case is one of 40 such reports he has received about UFOs purportedly having a hand in eradicating cancer in different individuals.

The results of an intriguing new survey released this week in the UK found that a surprising number of technology-based conspiracies have captured the imagination of Britons over the last few years. Among the concerns shared by respondents were that Google was spying on people, genetic genealogy companies are in cahoots with the government to surreptitiously collect DNA information of the public, and that sleeping next to a cell phone could have a hazardous impact on one's health. One individual who may beg to differ with that idea is a lucky Australian man who managed to thwart an attacker that had shot an arrow at him by stopping the projectile with his cell phone.

This past Wednesday marked the 22nd anniversary of the legendary Phoenix Lights UFO incident and one of the key witnesses to the case, Dr. Lynne Kitei, joined the program to reflect on the now-iconic case. She recalled her own experience seeing something anomalous that evening and recounted a number of reports from people in the area who described seeing a massive, eight-mile-wide object hovering in the sky. Kitei also discussed the fallout from the event, including a delayed response from the mass media and a rather curious reaction from the then-governor of Arizona, who initially mocked the event and later revealed that he, too, saw something unusual that fateful night.

As anyone who grew up watching The Jetsons may recall, the future was supposed to be replete with flying cars and revived woolly mammoths. Although we're still waiting on the former fantastic development to come to fruition, it would appear that there may be a breakthrough on the horizon when it comes to bringing back the famed furry pachyderms of ancient times. That's because a team of scientists in Japan announced this week that they managed to 'wake up' 28,000-year-old woolly mammoth cells by injecting them into mouse ova. While researchers indicated that the experiment was merely the first step of what will likely be a long scientific process, the results were undoubtedly promising.

The eerie phenomenon in which people seemingly slip into an alternative dimension of time was explored by author Rosemary Ellen Guiley on Thursday night's program. These incidents, she said, reportedly occur spontaneously and the experiencers often say that they feel as if they are inside a bubble of some kind. According to Guiley, on some occasions, individuals having a time slip say that they have witnessed people dressed in strange clothes or locations that appear to be from the distant past. Chillingly, she mused that some missing person cases may, in fact, be the result of a person entering this different dimension and not being able to return.

In what one imagines must be a truly maddening scenario, a family in Florida popped up in the news this week lamenting that their new home was haunted and the entity residing there had torn their lives asunder. According to the beleaguered family's account of the situation, the sinister spirit first started harassing them with disembodied sounds and moving objects, but soon moved on to full-fledged physical attacks. Alas, an intervention from a paranormal investigator did little to assuage their fears as he declared that the home was infested with a supernatural force that apparently had no interest in leaving anytime soon.

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