Warren Getler is an investigative journalist, based in Washington, D.C. Previously, he has been an New York-based financial reporter for the Wall Street Journal and a London and Frankfurt correspondent for the International Herald Tribune. From 1995-2000, he served as a senior writer for the Discovery Channel. He graduated from Princeton University in 1983.
Astronomer Phil Plait spoke about various space-related news and stories. An asteroid, 2007 WD5, has a 1 in 75 chance (possibly 1 in 25) of hitting Mars on Jan. 30th. Scientists are hopeful that the collision will occur as it would give them the opportunity to study the effects of such an event, he noted.
Authors Warren Getler, William Henry, and Glenn Kimball joined together in a round table discussion on the Knights Templar with a special emphasis on evidence for hidden Templar treasure in the United States.
Investigative reporter, Warren Getler, the co-author of Shadow of the Sentinel, spoke about an underground Confederate group known as the Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC) that he believes may have buried caches of gold and silver back in the 19th century, that were worth millions.
Friday's show featured a special topic hotline, for people that "speak with the dead." One woman told a tale of eating a hamburger with her father in a truck stop, knowing full well that he was in spirit form. Another caller talked about how the ability to speak with the deceased ran in her family.