Corso & UFOs

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Open Lines, William J. Birnes

Best-selling author William J. Birnes joined George Noory to announce the release of their new book, Worker in the Light. Both George and William Birnes discussed their longtime friendship and what led to the two writing the book together. Birnes also spoke of Col. Philip Corso, who he was, how they got together to co-write The Day After Roswell, what's in his notes and why.

Birnes revealed that Corso had amazing knowledge about the truth of the Roswell crash and the alleged alien technology that has influenced today's technology. Corso also knew of many other government conspiracies which Birnes discussed.

He also spoke about Betty and Barney Hill who on September 19, 1961, were heading home to Portsmouth when they encountered aliens. Today is the anniversary of that event. Later in the show, Birnes spoke of a strong possibility of a major magazine breaking the story about the truth behind UFOs, possibly in the next few weeks.

Hamid Mir

In the first hour, George replayed the live report from Tuesday's show that news journalist Hamid Mir had reported. Amid had disclosed information he received from an Al-Qaeda Field General in Afghanistan. The informant said that Muslims in New York City and Chicago should get out of those cities as soon as possible as an attack greater than that of 9/11 is imminent. He also believes Osama Bin Laden will have a new message to the world in the next few weeks.

George used the remainder of the first hour to take calls on a special Hamid Mir hotline to get reactions to his report. Several callers either believed or discredited the story or thought Al-Qaeda was using Mir for their own purposes.

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Bumper music from Tuesday September 19, 2006

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Author and independent researcher Eliott Edge presented an illuminating look into the concept of virtual reality. Followed by Open Lines in the latter part of the program.

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