A special evening of Open Lines hosted by Ian Punnett featured a wide variety of calls. One of the most fascinating was from "Archer" who discussed the "old North Pole," which he said was originally located in Finland. At this location was the burial place of the original Book of Records, he claimed. He intimated that the descendants of these original humans are now revealing this information, and suggested checking out bocksaga.com for more information on this bizarre story.
Other calls included the story of a miracle-working trucker, gruesome stories of run-ins with the MRSA staph infection, a former police officer's tale of potential divine intervention, and predictions from dreams that had come true.
Michelle Whitedove, the winner of Lifetime TV's America's Psychic Challenge, appeared for an hour during the first half of the show. She talking about missing persons cases such as Madeline McCann , which she called an "inside job," and the Stacy Peterson disappearance (she believes the husband was the perpetrator). Whitedove also discussed what's in store for 2008. Regarding the upcominig election, she predicted a Democratic ticket of Clinton & Edwards against the Republicans McCain & Giuliani.