In the first hour, Linda Moulton Howe discussed the extraordinary July 7, 2007, 1,033-Foot-Long East Field wheat formation discovered by Gary King, Cardiff, a U. K. paralegal, after a he saw a bright flash of light. This was followed by intense military helicopter activity. A black, unmarked Apache helicopter hovered above cameraman Winston Keech in the 100-circle East Field formation on July 10, 2007.
Eyewitness Andrew J. Buckley, a U. K. Graphic Designer said, "There was a terrible smell from the helicopter. I can describe it as being a sulfurous smell - very powerful! It made my eyes burn. I noticed half a dozen other people as well - they were quite severely affected. I saw one man throwing up into the crop.... and my dosimeter shot up very high between 300 and 500...which means get out of the place. It’s dangerous!" Linda said this 90 minute event may be the turning point with the media and skeptics may finally realize what's really going on.
In the second hour, Linda talked about an event on July 14, 2007, where five unidentified aerial objects above the One Elm Pubin Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, England were seen by eyewitness Tom Hawkes and more than a hundred people who watched the silent lights for about thirty minutes until the lights "switched off."
Linda said there has been a high number of these extraordinary events in England this year. She wrapped up the last two segments of her Earthfiles Updates, by taking calls from listeners which included questions and answers regarding the CARET/"Drone" and more discussion about the collapse of the Honey Bees in the U. S., Canada and 9 European Countries.
For the remaining duration of the show, George opened up the special "Weird Moment" line as part of Open Lines. Amongst the "Weird Moments" were stories about "rolling eyes" in the back window of a car which turned out to be a cat, a man who said he dreamed of his aunt calling his name in his sleep only to discover the next day that she had passed away, a story of frozen solid chickens falling from the sky and a story about the "black fog".