During Open Lines, George offered a special topic line for people who have seen strange 'passengers' in their car's rearview mirror. Dan in Los Angeles recounted the time he saw an "exact duplicate" of himself smiling and following after him in a VW Bug. Dan said one of his friends also reported seeing the mysterious doppelganger, and suggested that everyone may have an "angel" that resembles them.
Connie from Reno, Nevada told a story about a friend who saw her deceased father in the rearview mirror. According to Connie's friend, the back seat of her car was vacant, yet whenever she looked into the mirror she could see her father's ghostly image. She claims her father's spirit rode with her the whole way home every time she was scheduled to work at night, but he disappeared when she went back to day shift.
A caller from the shores of Lake Erie described the potentially deadly situation she found herself in as her car lost control atop a slick, icy surface. As the accident was unfolding, the caller remembers seeing eyes in her rearview mirror. She spoke to them saying, "This is it!" to which a deep male voice replied, "No, it isn't." She asserts that a pair of ghost arms came from the back seat and rescued her from certain doom by steering her clear of road obstacles and other cars.
During the first half hour, intuitive consultant Sean David Morton encouraged Coast listeners to attend the New Living Expo, as well as reiterated some of his earlier predictions for the future.
He expects increased earthquake activity in the pacific northwest and off the coast of Seattle and Vancouver between May through September 2005. Morton also said deadly clouds of gas will break out of the Yellowstone caldera and kill herds of animals, and the 2012 Olympics will be moved from New York to Los Angeles due to "substantial disasters" in the Empire State.
In the second half hour, author and New Living Expo speaker, Dannion Brinkley talked about his work as a hospice volunteer, where he has accrued more than 10,000 hours at the bedsides of dying veterans. Brinkley said "we're all terminal" but we need not fear death because another existence awaits us on the other side.