By Tim Binnall
The Hollow Earth theory, alien abductions, and a numerological forecast for the rest of 2019 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 latest happenings concerning Navy pilots reporting UFOs, a pair of curious images from Mars, and an unlikely celebration for D.B Cooper. Check out our round-up of highlights from the past week ... In Coast You Missed It.
Are there alien-human hybrids living among us here on Earth? That question was explored by hypnotherapist Yvonne Smith on Wednesday night's program. Based on her extensive work with people who believe that they were abducted by ETs, she postulated that creating a hybrid race of beings appears to be the key reason for these mysterious events. As to why, Smith acknowledged that there could be a clandestine invasion quietly and slowly taking place, but also reasoned that there is a chance that there is a benevolent purpose for it all that ultimately will help the human race.
If the mysterious skyjacker D.B. Cooper is alive today, he may be beaming with pride thanks to news of a pair of upcoming events in Portland, Oregon that will be focused on his infamous caper. A boat tour this weekend will journey down the Columbia River, following the flight path of the airliner he skyjacked and stopping at a sandbar where some bundles of ransom money were found years after he pulled off the crime. Then, on Sunday night, collegiate summer baseball team, the Portland Pickles, will be holding a special 'D.B. Cooper Night' celebrating the strange case which has clearly become a prominent part of local folklore.
One of the more fantastic conspiracy theories in the world of the esoteric concerns the possibility that the Earth may actually be hollow. On Sunday night's program, author Timothy Green Beckley discussed this concept, detailing how the modern day version of the idea can be traced back to the paranormal magazines of the 1940s. He also recounted the tale of explorer Richard Byrd, who allegedly flew into the so-called Hollow Earth and discovered a jaw-dropping world populated by exotic creatures and plants unlike anything seen here on the surface of the planet.
This past week saw a pair of major developments in a story we've been following over the past year: government interest in UFO reports from Navy pilots. The first bombshell dropped on Saturday morning, when ABC News released a clip from George Stephanopoulos' interview with President Trump in which the tantalizing topic was broached. In the exchange, the president indicated that he had been briefed on the matter, but expressed skepticism that these UFOs were of the alien variety. Later in the week, it was revealed that the issue has also caught the attention of Congress as three United States senators were reportedly briefed on the matter as well.
With the first half of 2019 nearly complete, numerologist Glynis McCants joined the program on Tuesday night's program to provide a forecast for the remainder of the year and beyond. According to her, this year is in a 'cycle of three' and such a designation usually results in revelations and better communication between people, although she conceded that the latter attribute has been hard to discern from the events of 2019 so far. McCants also shared insights on what to expect for President Trump as well as some of the Democratic presidential candidates in light of their respective numerological readings.
The proverbial catalog of cool and weird things spotted on Mars gained two new entries this week by way of images released from NASA. There was a breathtaking photo of a newly-formed crater that boasted an array of colors indicated the blast wave that was created when the sizeable impression was formed. On the more mystifying end of things, the space agency also posted a photo from the Mars Curiosity Rover that seemed to show a puzzling flash of light on the horizon that appeared for just a split second.
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