During Open Lines, George offered a special 'disappearance' line for callers who have seen things that have later vanished. Kristine in Cleveland recalled a haunted tour through Mansfield's Reformatory, where she thought she saw an "actor in a black cape" disappear into a cell in the solitary confinement area. Kristine believes the figure may have been the spirit of a murdered guard.
Haley from Hawaii said she worked at a haunted camp on the island of O'ahu. She claims to have seen a little boy who vanished when she tried to speak with him. She said another group at the same camp spent the night in a house "crowded with ghosts." Haley also talked about the time she met the 'Coconut Man,' a recluse who lived off the land and wore only a "little coconut covering his private parts."
Another caller told George that he saw his deceased mother-in-law in his kitchen while he was making a late night snack. She held up her left thumb and all five fingers on her right hand, and the next day the caller said he won $500 in a lottery. A year or so later, the caller saw his mother-in-law's spirit once more, and she again held up her thumb and five fingers. The next day, the caller said he won another $500 lottery.
In the last hour, George played an excerpt from Art Bell's 1997 interview with Al Bielek, who shared his personal experiences with the Phildephia Experiment.
What's in a Name?
In the first hour, 'Nameologist' Maryanna Korwitts discussed the power of names and how they influence personality development. According to Korwitts, the first name effects personality to the greatest degree. This does not mean, however, that names control people. "The name is more like a mood," Korwitts said, "it creates your mental-emotional environment." A surname effects everyone in the family and bonds them together, Korwitts continued, while a person's full name will influence career, finances and travel. Korwitts also talked about how names will play a role in who will be elected the next president of the United States.