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Schedule for November 17, 2019 - November 22, 2019

Hidden Alien Encounters / Wild Horse Advocacy

Hosted by George Knapp
Guest(s): Robert Hastings, Bob Jacobs, Jerry Reynoldson, Greg Hendricks

First Half: UFO researchers Robert Hastings and Dr. Bob Jacobs join George Knapp to divulge their status as UFO/alien experiencers and why both remained silent for so long about their experiences.

Second Half: Horse advocates Jerry Reynoldson and Greg Hendricks will discuss new efforts that are underway to humanely manage wild horse populations using a fertility control vaccine.

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Mysterious Beings / Planet X in Antiquity

Hosted by George Noory
Guest(s): Whitley Strieber, Doug Elwell

First Half: Author Whitley Strieber is an expert in diverse subjects such as cattle mutilations, crop circles, strange implants, the afterlife, and aliens. He'll discuss how the universe is far larger and more complex than we ever imagined, and mysterious beings, which we dismissed as imaginary, are turning out to be real. This is calling to all of us to find a new life --a new world-- in which they play a part.

Second Half: Publisher of Mysterious World books, Doug Elwell will discuss his research on ancient references to Planet X which connects the work of Zecharia Sitchin to Bible passages, and why he believes the planet is the harbinger of epic change. He'll also talk about new evidence for giants.

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Fentanyl Crisis / Overcoming Chronic Disease

Hosted by George Noory
Guest(s): Kevin Montague, Ben Westhoff

First Half: Investigative journalist Ben Westhoff writes about culture, drugs, and poverty. He'll address the synthetic opioid fentanyl, which is causing the worst drug crisis in American history and his discussions with top government officials on the crisis.

Second Half: Author, artisan, and scientist Kevin F. Montague talks about his two near-death experiences and how they opened his mind to how the world works, as well as the science behind various topics including chronic disease and what causes cancer.

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Trampling of Liberties / TBA

Hosted by George Noory
Guest(s): David Kirby

Investigative journalist David Kirby has covered health, science, politics, the environment, and art and culture for major publications. He'll discuss how federal, state, and municipal governments, police, lawmakers, judges, revenue agents, unelected power brokers, and even government social workers are eviscerating fundamental liberties. He'll also cover the various ways citizens are fighting back- and winning. Second half, TBA.

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Seismic Threats / JFK Special XVI

Hosted by George Noory
Guest(s): Steve Quayle

First Half: Author and researcher Steve Quayle will discuss the seismic activity along the Cascadia fault lines in the Pacific Northwest, which could rival the risk of the Yellowstone caldera. He'll also update the discovery of what seem to be 500-year-old Aztec artifacts depicting images of alien beings and UFO-type craft.

Second Half: On November 22nd, 1963, President Kennedy was assassinated under circumstances which remain controversial to this day. We will feature guests who offer their alternative narratives to the lone gunman theory.

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Earth's Slimiest Creatures / Open Lines

Hosted by Ian Punnett
Guest(s): Nick Caruso

With a doctorate from the University of Alabama in the Department of Biological Sciences, Nick Caruso is currently a Postdoctoral Associate at Virginia Tech in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation. He joins Ian Punnett (Twitter) to discuss the various ways that slime is the glue that holds the world together and a definitive ranking of earth's slimiest creatures and facts about the natural world's ooze, gunge, sludge, gunk, and goop. Followed by Open Lines.


Last Night

Ryan Burns reported on the latest at Skinwalker Ranch. Herman Groman discussed his undercover FBI investigations, including the "White Boy Rick" case.

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