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Walk-in Stories

Apr 13, 2009

We asked people to share accounts of when they felt their soul might have been overtaken by the presence of an alien or a spirit. Here are five responses: A Heavy EnergyMy husband and I own a rental property and had rented the downstairs to a young man...

Mystery Animals Update

Apr 13, 2009

What has been called the 'Elmendorf Chupacabra' (above) may actually be a deer according to one San Antonio hunting guide. Read more here. Meanwhile new pictures have emerged of the odd creature in Maryland after a food trap was set for it.

Wyatt Museum Images

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured left (click for larger) is a boat shaped area on Mount Ararat that some believe could be the site of Noah's Ark. Additional Photos: Exodus Route Mnt. Sinai in Arabia Gomorrah Remains

Billy Meier Images

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured left (click for larger) is a photo of two UFOs taken from inside a third craft by contactee Billy Meier. The following images, also photographed by Meier, were made during 1975-1979. UFO Moves Around Tree 3 UFOs in Distance 3 UFOs w/Tripod UFO...

Shamanic Encounters

Apr 13, 2009

In his book Spiritwalker, Hank Wesselman described his altered-state journeys observing life first-hand through the mind of a 7-ft. tall forest dweller named Nainoa. In one incident Nainoa goes into a trance/dream state and is summoned to the edge of a...

An American Candidate

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest Joyce Riley has been chosen as one of the 10 participants for the new Showtime reality series, American Candidate coming in August. Created by filmmaker R.J. Cutler, over a 10-week period, the candidates will face off with each other in...

Haunted Gettysburg

Apr 13, 2009

Tonight's guest Mark Nesbitt shares two photos with us. Pictured (click for larger) is the Ghosts of Gettysburg Tours Building, which was standing at the time of the Gettysburg battle and has been the site of a number of paranormal happenings over the...

Passive Radar

Apr 13, 2009

Traditional radar works by sending out radio signals, listening for those signals to bounce off an object (such as a plane) and using the time taken for the round trip to calculate the object's distance. A new type of detection system, called passive...

The Time Gate

Apr 13, 2009

Eight years ago, scientists conducted investigations in Antarctica that led to the discovery of "the time gate" phenomenon. According to a March 14, 2004 article published by Pravda.Ru:"US physicist Mariann McLein told the researchers noticed some...

The Japan Incident

Apr 13, 2009

While looking up where his relatives live on satellite maps of Earth (website), a Coast listener from Las Vegas, NV discovered bright lights that seemed out of place in the middle of the Sea of Japan. The lights (see images to the left - click for...

Magnetic Fields & Crop Circles

Apr 13, 2009

Friday's first hour guest, reporter and editor Linda Moulton Howe of Earthfiles.com discussed Earth's weakening magnetic field, as well as presented an update on the latest crop circle formations around the world.Linda said that over the last century, the...

Sunspot 652

Apr 13, 2009

Sunspots are temporary magnetic disturbances in the surface of the Sun. They are cooler (6,700° F) and darker than the surrounding photosphere, which usually hovers around 10,300° F. As of July 23rd, a sunspot group, collectively named sunspot 652, is...

Preventing Meltdown

Apr 13, 2009

C2C regular Lauren Weinstein, the Co-Founder of People For Internet Responsibility, has written in with a reminder about next week's Preventing the Internet Meltdown conference. "We hope that this meeting here in L.A. will lead to some real solutions and...

Sylvia: Predictions

Apr 13, 2009

Sylvia Browne's newest book Prophecy offers a look at future events. The prolific author also shared predictions for the end of the century and beyond in her 1999 tome The Other Side and Back. Here are a few of them: Death penalty executions will be...

Debate Preview

Apr 13, 2009

Text and graphic by Tim BinnallStanton Friedman is a vociferous and veteran debater known for his "calling out" of various debunkers including once saying "I will debate the Air Force's best ANY TIME and ANY PLACE." One of his signature lectures is...

Travis & Paola

Apr 13, 2009

Paola Harris is seen here in Italy, accepting an award by for being "the bestufological researcher of the year 2003." It is the famed UFO abductee Travis Walton who is handing her the award. Walton's 1975 alien abduction was documented in his book Fire in...

Metaphysical Paintings

Apr 13, 2009

In addition to his studies of consciousness and life after death, tonight's guest Michael Grosso has created a series of paintings that explore metaphysical themes. View a gallery of his images.

Inflatable Space Tech

Apr 13, 2009

In a recent column for NewsMax.com, Charles R. Smith writes that a Chinese company has expressed interest in the inflatable space station technology being developed by the US's Bigelow Aerospace. Smith raises concerns that the Chinese may eventually use...

Art's Cats

Apr 13, 2009

Click photo to see an enlargement of Art's cats, a.k.a. The Bell Board of Directors. Captions created by Ben Gardner.

Earth Takes a Hit

Apr 13, 2009

From National Geographic Magazine:"Based on real data, this computer animation shows the impact of a coronal mass ejection (CME) that hit Earth on January 10, 1997. It was the first CME to be tracked from the time of its eruption on the sun all the way to...

Coincidences

Apr 13, 2009

The second half-hour of Friday's show featured author SQuire Rushnell discussing coincidences, what he calls "God winks." Rushnell said there is a pattern to coincidences -- they are signposts reminding us there is something bigger out there. Rushnell...

Mummy: Inside View

Apr 13, 2009

A 3,000 year-old mummy has been seen from the inside without removing its wrapping via 3-D visualization technology created by Silicon Graphics.The corpse of the Egyptian priest Nesperennub underwent a virtual dissection, with the inside of the skull,...

James Gilliland Transcript

Below is an excerpt from the one hour + Q & A held with contactee James Gilliland of eceti.org, our special guest in Streamlink's weekly Live Chat.

Great Pyramid Photos

Apr 13, 2009

Stephen Mehler has sent us these photos to correspond with his presentation tonight: King's Chamber Cracks '92King's Chamber Cracks '03Upper Wall- Grand GallerySlots- Grand GalleryCeiling- Grand Gallery

Magnetic Flip?

Apr 13, 2009

A just published article in the New York Times, titled Will Compasses Point South?, delineates how the Earth's magnetic field has been weakening over the last 150 years and may be nearing the point of a magnetic reversal.Such a flip, while not likely to...

The Magic Mirror

Apr 13, 2009

This original drawing by Leonardo da Vinci depicts a witch using a "magic mirror."

Religious Use of Peyote

Apr 13, 2009

Last month the Utah Supreme Court ruled that the controlled substance peyote can be used by non-Native Americans for religious purposes. The ruling comes after the arrest of James "Flaming Eagle" Mooney and his wife, Linda, founders of the Oklevueha Earth...

Stunning Saturn Images

Apr 13, 2009

The Cassini-Huygens mission has sent back startling images of Saturn's rings viewed in ultraviolet light. The UV images show interior rings of red "dirt"; outer rings, shown in turquoise, contain more ice. More info and photos at BBC News. Photo: AP/BBC...

World's Smallest Vertebrate

Apr 13, 2009

Scientists in Australia believe they've caught the world's smallest and lightest fish. The Stout Infantfish averages 7 millimeters (less than 0.3 inches) in length and weighs just one milligram. Originally discovered in 1979, this transparent microscopic...

Meteor Caught on Tape

Apr 13, 2009

The large fireball seen in Texas, Oklahoma and parts of the south-central US last night was captured in flight by a Rowlett, TX policeman's dashboard camera. View the video presented by WFAA (requires Windows Media Player).

Last Night

Bart Kosko discussed North Korean threats and A.I. Lynne McTaggart revealed her experiments with group intention.

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