Canadian based psychic Anthony Carr is a modern day Nostradamus. He predicted 9/11, Operation Desert Storm, the murder of Pope John Paul I, the killer tsunami, the discovery of the Titanic and the election of a German pope. Carr is an expert on the legendary escape artist Harry Houdini. Carr's father taught Houdini how to dive in deep water, a skill that the master magician would use over and over again for his underwater escapes. Besides being a psychic, Carr is a world class saxophonist and has performed with such leading musicians as Ben E. King of "Stand By Me" fame and Ronnie Hawkins.
As we celebrated George Noory's 14th anniversary of hosting C2C, he was joined by 4 guests making predictions for 2017. More »
In the first half, researcher of sabotage and terrorism of nuclear power plants, Scott Portzline covered recent news of ISIS targeting nuclear plants and the status of many distressed nuclear power plants in the US, and around the world. In the latter half, Canadian... More »
A New Year’s tradition on Coast to Coast AM, George Noory checked in with psychics, seers and sages about their visions for what's in store for 2016. In order of appearance: Joseph Jacobs, Anthony Carr, Mark Lerner, and Vincent Genna. More »
In a special Fourth of July edition of the 'Secret Door,' George Noory welcomed four different guests, including author Heidi Hollis, consultant George Ure, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames, and psychic Anthony Carr. Open Lines followed. More »
George Noory welcomed psychic Anthony Carr, who talked about how he developed his powers of clairvoyance and what he sees in the future. Open Lines followed. More »
Our special New Year's Day show hosted by Ian Punnett featured seven guests prognosticating about 2009 More »
During Open Lines, George offered a different special topic line each hour. A former Hospital Corpsman in the U.S. Navy phoned into the 'Bug Stories' line to share a story about his encounter with an alien that looked like a giant praying mantis. According to the caller, the... More »