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UFO Experiences / Open Lines

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Robert Hastings, Open Lines

UFO researcher Robert Hastings' well-respected work involves investigating still-classified UFO incursions at American nuclear weapons sites. He discussed his long-hidden status as an abductee as well as reported on UFO incidents. "I now have had a number of experiences over the years that clearly, in my opinion, involve an abduction with being taken on board craft and having visitations in my bedroom by entities that are not human," he explained, noting these experiences started around age thirteen. Hastings recalled vivid flashbacks of being led through a corn field to his house. Regression therapy revealed the ones leading him were Grey aliens, he added. "I have periodic encounters where... I see this short figure with a big bulbous head standing at the foot of my bed and the next thing I know it's morning," Hastings admitted.

He spoke about his co-author Bob Jacobs' most famous case - The 1964 Big Sur UFO incident. The military filmed test missiles over the Pacific Ocean and after the film was developed a disc-shaped object with dome could be seen interfering with the missile, Hastings reported. He talked about UFO Incidents over Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, where in 1967 a UFO put several nuclear missiles into launch mode. "What they're trying to do probably is figure out how the weapons systems work," he suggested. Hastings also disclosed details about Bob Jacobs' abduction experiences, including entities interacting with him in his bedroom, UFOs following him in his car, and experiencing missing time.

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Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program with many callers reflecting on the spread of the coronavirus. John in Reading, Pennsylvania, recalled a Coast show from around a month ago when an astrologist predicted something catastrophic was going to happen which would originate from the sky or air. John suggested this prediction could be about the coronavirus. He also pointed out it is the Year of the Rat on the Chinese Zodiac which represents pestilence and the element metal represents the lung. "I believe [the coronavirus] was made in a lab," he said, noting it may be patented.

Carlos from Carson, California, agreed with John's assessment and reported hearing a conspiracy theory about the virus being created in a Canadian lab then smuggled to China. According to Carlos, other virus created in labs include HIV, Ebola, and West Nile. The purpose of these viruses is to decrease the planet's population, he suggested. "There is a very suspicious connection there," Carlos said. Annie in Alabama told George about her solution to keep the coronavirus out of the country. "Something has to be done to stop the import... of live seafood and animals into the United States," she proposed. This is likely how the infected people in California got the virus, she added.

The final half hour featured a replay of the Haunted Housewives, Theresa Argie and Cathi Weber, on their paranormal investigations.

News segment guests: Gary Ridenour / Peter Davenport

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