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Date Friday - November 2, 2007
Host George Noory
Guests Open LinesRebecca Rosen

Shocked by the story about two pilots who fell asleep while approaching Denver International Airport, George offered an 'I fell asleep (at the most inopportune time)' hotline during Open Lines.

A caller who works as an engineer at a Coast to Coast affiliate station told George that he fell asleep on the job two weeks ago and missed broadcasting part of the program that night. Mike in Clearwater, FL admitted that he has fallen asleep in the bath tub several times and worries that he may accidentally drowned himself one day. Jack from Cameron Park, CA said he fell asleep while driving his car, veered off a freeway exit and woke up at a four-way stop.

Kevin from Sarasota, FL recalled the night he encountered "pure evil" and was paralyzed with fear as seven 7-ft tall beings with pointy black hoods stood surrounding his bed. Kevin said he does not remember if these beings did anything to him. Jay from Wichita shared a similar experience he had as a child, when he awoke one night to find a tall dark-hooded form standing in the corner of his bedroom.

Psychic Medium

In the first hour, George spoke with psychic medium Rebecca Rosen. Rosen discovered her abilities in her early twenties, after an automatic writing episode in a bookstore. She said her grandmother's departed spirit took control of her hand that day and provided information that only her father knew about, and later confirmed for her. Since then Rosen has honed her abilities to deliver messages from the other side in order to provide closure for the grieving. According to Rosen, "what you can do with a powerful clear connection [to the spirit world] in one hour could be years of therapy."

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