Karen Green is the National Atomic Testing Museum curator. She is in charge of collections, temporary exhibits, and grant writing. Prior to her work at the Atomic Testing Museum, she was curator at the Museum of the Big Bend where she was in charge of over 155,000 objects.
Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp hosted an evening of Open Lines. In the first hour, Cmdr. Allan Palmer and Karen Green of the National Atomic Testing Museum talked about their new Area 51 exhibit.More »
Investigator David Paulides shared his newest research into mysterious disappearances in Washington state and elsewhere. Followed by Cheryll Jones' interview with Adam Berry on his communications with ghosts or earthbound spirits.