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HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Robert J. Sawyer, Stephen Williams

Robert J. Sawyer discussed the birth of the Atomic Age and the genre of science fiction. Followed by Stephen Williams who specializes in spirit rescue.

HOST: Ian Punnett
GUESTS: Brad Schreiber, David Mack

Brad Schreiber outlined the history of politically conscious music through the decades. In the first hour, comic book artist David Mack talked about this work, recent awards, and changes in the industry.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Peter Kirby, Bryce Zabel

Peter A. Kirby presented evidence for chemtrails and who might profit from manipulation of the weather. Followed by Bryce Zabel on his Betty & Barney Hill TV project, and UFO disclosure.

HOST: Connie Willis
GUESTS: Erick Salgado, Don Most

Builderall CEO Erick Salgado talked about the boom in digital business due to COVID-19. Don Most of "Happy Days" fame discussed his career in show business as well as his UFO sighting.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Marc Zicree, Open Lines

Writer, producer, and director Marc Zicree discussed science fiction movies and television shows, and the entertainment industry. Opens Lines followed in the second half.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Lawrence Light, Aaron Sagers

Financial journalist Lawrence Light discussed why he believes the economy is on the brink of a severe downturn. Followed by writer and host Aaron Sagers on the rise of interest in the paranormal.

HOST: George Knapp
GUESTS: Carney Anne Nasser, Michele McPhee

Animal welfare activist Carney Nasser discussed the illegal animal trade in the U.S. Michele McPhee detailed her research into a possbile FBI coverup in the case of the Boston Marathon Bombing.

HOST: Ian Punnett
GUESTS: Peter Noone, Open Lines

Peter Noone recalled his decades in the music and entertainment business. Open Lines occupied the second half.

HOST: Ian Punnett
GUESTS: David Dastmalchian

Actor David Dastmalchian discussed his UFO story, graphic novel, and upcoming role in The Suicide Squad.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Howard Bloom, Shelley Kaehr

Howard Bloom talked about his work with music legends as a rock 'n' roll publicist. Followed by Dr. Shelley Kaehr on the past lives of animals.

HOST: Richard Syrett
GUESTS: Brooks Arthur, Preston Dennett

Producer Brooks Arthur discussed his remarkable history in the music business. UFO researcher Preston Dennett reported on cases of onboard UFO encounters.

HOST: George Knapp
GUESTS: Dave Foley, JP Hague

George Knapp and guest Dave Foley took calls on how people are dealing with COVID-19. Followed by JP Hague on UFO cases from the island of Mauritius.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Mr. Lobo, Open Lines

Cinema Insomnia host Mr. Lobo talked about classic horror and sci-fi movies, horror hosts, and the importance of physical media. Open Lines followed.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Paul H. Smith, Susan Masino

Paul H. Smith discussed remote viewing anomalous targets and UFOs. Followed by Susan Masino on the Buddy Holly plane crash, and a possible curse.

HOST: George Noory
GUESTS: Ivor Davis, Open Lines

Ivor Davis shared his recollections of being a reporter with unrestricted access to The Beatles on their 1964 tour. Open Lines followed in the latter half.

HOST: George Knapp
GUESTS: Gianni Russo, Timothy Green Beckley

Gianni Russo talked about his legendary life with the Mob. Timothy Green Beckley spoke on so-called 'portal areas.'

HOST: Richard Syrett
GUESTS: Robert W. Sullivan IV, Open Lines

Robert W. Sullivan IV discussed his fascination with secret societies and esoteric symbolism in cinema. Open Lines followed in the second half of the program.


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