Investigative reporter Randall Fitzgerald discussed whether Earth itself is a sentient being projecting UFO and other phenomena. Followed by Bible scholar Scott Mitchell on his research into why he believes aliens are fallen angels.
Teacher and psychologist Catherine Shainberg discussed the power of manifesting using imagery and dreams. Followed by author Vicki Dobbs on choosing yourself first instead of always being in service to others.
Behind the Icon podcast producers Nina Boski and Randall Libero delved into the mysteries surrounding the death of Marilyn Monroe. Followed by psychic medium Michelle Welch, who discussed the variety of energetic beings around us and how to connect with them.
Author Whitley Strieber discussed his alien abduction experiences, republishing of Communion, and afterlife communications with deceased wife, Anne. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
On the 60th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death, investigative reporter Mark Shaw shared new details in his investigation. Followed by entrepreneur Rizwan "Riz" Virk with an update on the Simulation Hypothesis.
Christopher Sharp discussed Congress' investigation of UAP, and Kevin Randle recalled 1952 incidents when UFOs traversed the US Capitol. Followed by journalist Jefferson Morley on Watergate and the power struggle between Pres. Nixon and Richard Helms.
Set Decorator and prop maker for the original Star Wars film in 1977, Roger Christian discussed how he dressed the Star Wars sets and created sci-fi weapons. Followed by Charles Christian with tales from the Yorkshire Wolds.
Inventor and healer George Duisman discussed the Four Minute Miracle that brings healing and rewiring of the brain, and Consciousness Transformation Techniques. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
Author Dr. Jerome Corsi discussed his latest work on global warming, climate change, and disinformation. Followed by investigative reporter Cheryll Jones on the rescue of 4000 beagles from a puppy breeding mill.
This special program featured interviews with C2C's weekend hosts Richard Syrett, Ian Punnett, Connie Willis, Lisa Garr, and George Knapp, plus C2C producer Tom Danheiser. First-hour guest Steve Kates shared space news.
Elvis biographer Alanna Nash discussed Colonel Tom Parker, his dark past, and his manipulation of Presley. Followed by author Ashley Dawson on the disappearance of species thousands of years ago—and the current extinction rate.
Demographic Bradley Schurman discussed an upcoming generational shift and how it will change everything about our society. In the first hour, Christian Westbrook warned against powers taking control of our food production, and explained why we should grow our own food.
Author and producer Thomas Colbert discussed his work solving the D.B. Cooper case and his new Netflix documentary, "D.B. Cooper, Where Are You?!" Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.