The latter half of Friday's program was devoted to callers, with a special topic line on "Night Terrors." A number of people reported encounters with "shadow" beings, such as Seamus who saw six creatures together, each the size of a rat. Because they didn't seem to be aware of him, "I don't think they're in our dimension when they come through," he surmised.
A 23-year old said he often tried avoiding sleep because his dreams went behind nightmares. He described one episode where a little girl with a British accent told him that his family was dead, as he discovered that blood was dripping on his head.
There were also two callers that reported on secretive military recoveries of UFOs, as told to them by ex-Air Force personnel. The first call was about craft being retrieved during the Viet Nam War, the other described a group of agitated belt-wearing aliens who issued horrible unearthly screams, from inside a military facility.
Father Andrew Wingate, a member of the Old Roman Catholic Church, was the guest for the first 90 minutes of Friday's show. Espousing the belief that we are living in "end times," Wingate offered new prophecies and checked in with the ones he made on his last appearance on the show in January. His prediction of an unusual tornado season proved to be accurate. But whether the Columbia Shuttle explosion met his prophecy of "something horrible happening" is debatable as he had likened the event to a "nuclear attack," though it did happen within the 90-day time frame he specified.
Wingate said some of the extreme weather we've been seeing and will continue to experience, is a chastisement to the United States. The world is in a punishment phase because the warnings given at Fatima were not heeded, he added. "Planet X," Wingate said, "is an instrument God uses to punish mankind." He estimates its arrival in 5-7 years. Also in his timetable, were an invasion of America by U.N. troops (around next Christmas) and the nuclear destruction of the state of Florida within the next two years.
Bumper music from Friday July 18, 2003