George Noory welcomed paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren, who reported from Puerto Rico on bodies vanishing from local cemeteries and how it could be related to UFO/alien activity on the island. "There is this sort of growing sense that something is building up around Puerto Rico and, of course, we're right here in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle," he said. According to Warren, the latest weirdness involves 40 or so corpses that have disappeared from a small mountain graveyard. Locals believe something akin to a biblical resurrection is taking place, he revealed, noting that something more sinister may be occurring. The bodies may have been taken by people who practice a dark magical ritual to capture and control the spirits of the dead, Warren suggested. The ritual requires human remains to be placed into a caldron, wrapped in chains, and fed animal blood, alcohol or tobacco, he explained.
The dead have vanished from an area where UFO activity has spiked, Warren continued. He spoke about tracking down a man who had accidentally captured an unusually-shaped UFO over his uncle's cattle fields. The man had been prompted to snap photos with his mobile phone after the animals began behaving strangely, Warren added. Residents of that region claim to have seen aliens as well. Warren shared a story about finding an alien in a jar at a bar (see below). According to a source there, a local farmer told the bar's owner about seeing a UFO land on his property and finding a dead alien the next day, he said. The farmer put the curious being into a jar of rubbing alcohol and it immediately shriveled, Warren noted. He also talked about other strange creature sightings in the area.
During Open Lines, several callers shared their insomniac struggles trying to get a good night's sleep. Sam in Chandler, Arizona, told George that she has slept only three to four hours a night for the past year. Sam said she works from 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM, sleeps from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM (when she can) and typically remains awake for 20 to 24 hours. Yon from Hawaii recalled how his sleep patterns were adversely affected by his career as a paramedic. Most calls come in during the night so sleep is interrupted, he noted. Yon also spoke of suffering from constant inner ear ringing (tinnitus) and how running a small fan has provided the right amount of background noise for him to fall asleep. Joseph in Louisville, Kentucky suggested that disrupted sleep patterns among so many Americans may be the result of high stress and processed foods. He recommended eating raw vegetables and spending some active time outside in the sun to aid in getting a refreshing sleep.