Actor, singer, author and songwriter, Pat Boone was educated at David Lipscombe College, North Texas State College, and Columbia University (Bachelor of Science). His public career in entertainment began when he emceed a teenage talent show on radio and television in Nashville, Tennessee. He won a Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour amateur show, and an Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts show. His first professional recording was made in 1955, and he joined ASCAP in 1961, with Ernest Gold being his chief musical collaborator. His other song compositions include "Lover's Lane" and "The Main Attraction". He served as a board member for the Northeastern Institute for Christian Education.
Bible prophecy researcher and author Gary Stearman presented a fusion of Christian and scientific study, arguing that key people in the Bible were transported through time and space, and that UFOs/aerial craft were described in the ancient books. First hour guest,...More »
Author Stacy Horn discussed her research into the work of Dr. J.B. Rhine who led the Duke University Parapsychology Lab from 1930 to 1980. Prof. Rhine was the first to apply the scientific method in studying parapsychology and came up with repeatable experiments that showed...More »
During Open Lines, George offered a special 'Friday the 13th' line. A caller from Beaumont, TX who was born on Friday the 13th said as a child he became convinced he was doomed because of society's negative view of '13.' He thought his fate was certain when the Apollo 13...More »
Television weatherman Scott Stevens shared his view that Project HAARP or similar technology has been used to manipulate the weather by altering atmospheric waves, and that this has been going on for decades.More »