Showing posts with label Paranormal Radio and TV. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Paranormal Radio and TV. Show all posts

Thursday, May 18, 2017

In Search Of... The Mummies Curse

In Search Of...Pyramid Secrets: Examines the theory that the pyramids of Egypt were built to provide shelter from a holocaust, not as tombs for the pharaohs. Narrated by Leonard Nimoy.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Art Bell Returning to a New Show Sept. 16th - Art Bell's Dark Matter

The king of late night paranormal radio, Art Bell is returning to radio Sept. 16th via SiriusXM. The show called Art Bell's Dark Matter will air at the following times:

LIVE Mon-Thur 7-10pm Pacific (10pm-1am Eastern)
Replayed All Night Until 3am Pacific, 6am Eastern
Replays Friday - Best of the Week, Weekends TBA
Channel Indie Talk Channel 104 (8 Hours/Day)

You can find out more and read an article about the return of Art Bell on

Update posted on SiriusXM website:

"Coming Soon: Art Bell's Dark Matter
Legendary late-night radio host Art Bell is making his return to radio exclusively on SiriusXM! Art Bell’s Dark Matter will debut in fall 2013 on Indie, Ch. 104, nightly from 10 pm – 1 am ET. Bell will host the show from his home studio in Pahrump, Nevada—near the storied Area 51—opening the phones lines and inviting listeners and expert guests to join his uncensored, unscripted nightly conversation about a wide variety of topics including the paranormal, near-death experiences, quantum physics, extraterrestrial life and the unusual.

A 2008 inductee to the National Radio Hall of Fame, Bell was one of the top five most listened-to talk hosts in America when he was syndicated weeknights from 1993-2003. With as many as fifteen million listeners on 500 radio stations, he shared the top rankings with Howard Stern, Dr. Laura and Rush Limbaugh . Howard Stern and Dr. Laura are also exclusively heard on SiriusXM."

Monday, May 6, 2013

What Happens To Boobs in Space | A Star Trek Parody

What happens when Captain Pakaday tries to sabotage the gorgeous Ensign Burr because of petty jealousy? Space Boobs!

I found this hilarious video on youtube. It is a parody of Star Trek and is well done. I know you will like it. Let me know what you think. For more goodness, check out the links below to his other stuff.

Youtube Description:

When Pakaday, a chain smoking spaceship captain, is faced with her fear of aging, she will do whatever it takes to gain the favor of her male subordinates.


Friday, February 1, 2013

Art Bell Coming Back? Art Announces a Possible New Show


Ken Layne | January 31st, 2013

In its 1990s prime, the late-night radio show "Coast To Coast AM" was an unscripted audio mix of "Twin Peaks" and "The X-Files." It was corny, uncomfortable, laughable, utterly paranoid, completely of its time, and occasionally terrifying. Because it was broadcast in the middle of the night, if you listened it was generally because you were alone: driving a deserted highway, fighting insomnia, cramming for a test, finishing some code, working a graveyard shift.

A parade of crazies appeared every night, people with no apparent sense of humor, explaining the most obscure and ridiculous theories and conspiracies. And then, because this was also the golden age of weird crap on the early World Wide Web, you could look up these dingbats and discover… oh good god, so "Major Ed Dames" is a real retired military officer who really did "remote viewing" for a secret government project called "Stargate," that's a real thing? This was always the terrifying part about the show: Some of it, maybe all of it, was true.

Behind it all was exactly the kind of person you would avoid in real life: Art Bell, a chain-smoking hermit and deejay with a creepy knowing laugh who worked from a mobile home compound in the high desert near Area 51, which still doesn't officially exist, although the federal government eventually conceded there was something related to defense and/or intelligence at the (dry) Groom Lake section of the Nevada nuclear test site north of Las Vegas. And now, a dozen years since he left the weeknight show for good and made a series of increasingly perplexing retirements/comebacks on the little-heard weekend version of the program, Art Bell has announced (on Facebook) that he's in talks to begin a new radio show, apparently free of the "Coast to Coast AM" corporate overlords at Premiere Radio Networks in Los Angeles. Are the weird times coming back?


It is always vague and mysterious with Art Bell. The man could make anything, including where his cats were hiding in his home studio on any given night, sound like the space monsters had arrived. "Emotional roller coaster" is an overused and hopefully outdated phrase, but it exactly describes the plunge from "Oh for chrissakes, listen to this idiot" to "Lock the doors and turn on all the lights!" that always awaited the Art Bell listener. The transition from voyeuristic hilarity to terror was that quick, and of course that was the reason to keep listening.

Art Bell is tragic proof that fame and fortune certainly don't guarantee a pleasurable life. He first quit the radio show at the height of its popularity, in 1998, reportedly because some local psychopath had sexually assaulted Bell's young son with the stated goal of infecting the child with HIV. In 2006, Bell's third wife died in the couple's RV parked outside a trashy casino-motel in Laughlin, Nevada, the kind of place where you can still find penny slots and half the clientele drag along portable oxygen canisters. He apparently sat around his Mojave desert compound for a while after the death of Ramona Bell, and then decided to move to the Philippines and marry a girl he met over the Internet. He finally came back to Pahrump, Nevada, but immigration problems kept his fourth wife out of the United States for many years. Bell had a full compliment of health problems when he was still in his 40s, including back injuries from falling off a telephone pole, and his lifetime of chain smoking can't be making him feel much better.

And yet, for all of his very public foibles and misfortunes, Bell had the best voice on radio and a master's touch with the callers, guests and soundboard. The show was about suspense, about that one unexpected-yet-expected moment that would scare the listener into another two hours of insomnia, hearing every sound of the house settling as an invasion of sinister entities. To listen during an actual, unfolding freakout was the peak "Coast to Coast with Art Bell" experience: during the 1997 Phoenix Lights incident, for example, as people in Nevada and Arizona called in with eyewitness descriptions of the gigantic black craft moving silently over highways and exurbs, or as a Texan calling from a small plane claims he's flying into Area 51, or the convincingly frantic "former employee" from the fabled Dreamland base with its subterranean halls of escaped interdimensional beings.

The nightly show continues without Bell, and is apparently more popular than ever. In the 21st Century version you can hear tonight, the host is a genial radio veteran named George Noory. Because he's relatively normal sounding on the air, he brings in guest crazies like Alex Jones to yell staged hysterics for a few minutes now and then. I gave up on the show nearly a decade ago—by that point, I only skimmed the podcast while walking the dog in the daytime; sunlight disinfects even the best "Coast to Coast AM" show of its required nocturnal creepiness. When I've tuned in on the occasional late-night drive in recent years, the biggest surprise is how much dumber the callers seem, speaking in stereotypically crypto-racist redneck grammar crashes, regardless of their national point of origin.

If the show still attracts a few stoned college kids, open-minded scientists or sleepy newspaper reporters on the night desk, they aren't being chosen for the open lines. ("East of the Rockies, West of the Rockies," there were special toll-free numbers for everyone, including pop-up numbers for specific classes of paranormal incident, or highway patrol officers who had witnessed a certain type of unidentified flying object.) On the Reddit post dedicated to news of Bell's latest return, the comments are mostly along the lines of "Noory phones it in from the land of mediocrity."

While the Art Bell show followed a compelling mythological arc that nearly corresponded to the fictional (?) "mytharc" of "The X-Files," Noory's show is a grab bag that reflects the growing idiocy of both America's working class and the aural clown assault of talk radio in general. The 1990s program was amazingly apolitical—of course they were up to no good, or making treaties with the aliens, or whatever sinister plot. But they included Republicans and Democrats, Reagan and Clinton, the U.N. and the Nazis, the reptilian aliens and the gray aliens. We weren't quite to the point where every American awake after midnight on a weekday was an absolute psychopath with a hundred guns under their bed. Art Bell routinely made climate change and global warming the topic of his nightly show, in a time before the fossil fuel industry had created the "climate hoax" meme that may be the final cosmic joke on humanity. Despite Noory's calm demeanor and attempts to steer his guests and listeners away from the mouth-breathing constants of daytime AM, the show suffers both from Noory's sleepy acquiescence to the least entertaining claims and the general lack of imagination and wingnuttery of the other participants.

Art Bell already sounded old-fashioned in the 1990s, with his delightfully square bumper music—"Dancing Queen" by ABBA was a perennial fade-in from the ABC news on the hour and advertorial spots featuring Bell praising a sponsor's brand of tabletop radio. It's tough to imagine how he'd sound any more current in the second decade of the 21st Century. Radio itself has changed to the point that the only likely listeners are people with no other options: no iPhone, no Pandora or Spotify, no choice but to work a loading dock or security booth until dawn, no one to love or sleep next to, in the sad American night.

The cultural attraction of a return to Art Bell's inimitable live radio broadcast is the chance for a revival of the medium itself. Since he vanished from the nightly airwaves, a whole generation has grown up and become pointlessly addicted to Twitter and Snapchat and Vine and whatever approximation of live radio currently occupies people and their iOS devices. If they've come across AM radio at all, they know it as the home of hysterical low-income whites obsessed with a fantasy socialism that might make their lives less of a constant struggle, if it was a little bit more real. Art Bell was the standard-issue late-night soundtrack for young hackers of the 1990s, as this remembrance of Aaron Swartz makes clear. People hungry for "Weird Twitter" could do worse than to sit in their car at 2 a.m. listening to the now-67-year-old Art Bell scare the living crap out of them.

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

(Leonard Nimoy) In Search Of.. **The Mummy's Curse** (Season 1 Episode 8)

The Mummy's Curse: Probes the claim that a protective curse on king Tutankhamun's tomb accounted for a chain of mysterious deaths.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

(Leonard Nimoy) In Search Of.. **The Magic of Stonehenge** (Season 1 Episode 24)

The Magic of Stonehenge: Suggests the site could be the source of a mysterious power that might hold all of Britain in a strange magnetic force field.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Art Bell-Dreamland-1995

Guests: Linda Moulton Howe, and JW McGinnis. Topics: Nikola Tesla and Project HAARP

Friday, June 1, 2012

Transfer From Coast To Coast Easily and Hassle-Free

Transfer From Coast To Coast Easily and Hassle-Free

Transferring from coast to coast is very much stressful if you will do it on your own. Not only that you will experience stress but you will also spend more. One of the hardest things to do when you are transferring from coast to coast is transporting your stuff as well as your car. If you will just drive your car all the way to the destination, it will entail a lot of hassles not to mention that you will also have to spend more on fuel expense. You will also add up on its wear and tear which might reduce its value once you have decided to sell it in the future.

To ensure that you are not spending huge amount of money on transporting your stuff and your car, you should canvas for professional movers as soon as you possible. If you do this, you will be able to have ample time to search for the company which will provide you the most affordable service.

Make sure that you choose cheap auto transport if you have made sure that you know the quality of service that it will provide you.

When it comes to choosing the right auto shipping company, you should always ask for a free car shipping quote so that you may be able to have an idea on how much you will be spending. Spending time on researching about the history and background of the particular company that you want to hire is also important so that you may be able to know if the company itself will be able to provide you with satisfactory service.

Lastly, do not forget to make a list of all the stuff that you will move including your car. Record the car's current condition to ensure that it has no damages prior to the shipment.


Shipping car can be very helpful for you, try to search about auto shipping via online and check out which company can provide the best and cheap auto transport service.

Radio host Alex Jones reacted to an executive order-- National Defense Resources Preparedness, which was signed by Pres. Obama on Friday. The order, which went unchallenged, "hands the entire economy over to the executives, it allows the public to be put into work brigades, and allows public lands to be sold off," said Jones, adding that it expands wartime emergency conditions into peacetime, and can be used under whatever circumstances the govt. considers an emergency. Combined with the NDAA, what we're really seeing is the start of martial law in America, he warned. "The tyrants that wish to seize the United States and use it as an engine of global domination, as the workhorse of private corporate world government are doing everything they can to condition us and train us to accept the opposite of a free republic," Jones commented. There is increased spying and surveillance of the public by a technocracy that fears justice and abhors due process, he continued. For more, see Jones' video interview on the topic.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

JC:Coast To Coast AM:Bigfoot is Satan

JC rants about Bigfoot! Everything is copyright to their respective Owners. I own Nothing.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Friday, February 10, 2012

In Search of Medicaid Doctors

In Search of Medicaid Doctors

There are a lot of people out there who are currently having certain type of medical coverage and they will all have to go to doctors and facilities that will accept their certain type of coverage. This is something that has become very problematic in the last years and there re more and more people who are finding themselves in the situation of not being able to find the right place to get their conditions treated. If you are also such a person, then I am also betting the fact that you already know how annoying this thing can be and if you are just sick of all of this, then you should start looking for the Medicaid Doctors that will be able to help you out, by filling a Medicaid application. If you have such type of care, then you will only have to check in with doctors that will accept this type of coverage. Thus, it is very important that you will have a doctor that you will be checking in at who will be able to understand you and with whom you will be able to connect easily.

Event though these are things that are very important when you will look for such a doctors, it is more important that the doctor will accept the type of coverage that you need them to. If you want, you can contact Medicaid or Medicare, and they will let you in on a big list of doctors that you will be able to choose form to benefit from the services that you need. Here you will be able to see who the best one is and who will be able to give you the best prices for the service he or she will work out for you. You should also be careful if you don't know How to apply for Medicaid, as the Medicaid Fraud has been on the rise in the last years. Always make sure that the care you will be in for will be of the highest quality and that there will be no hidden Medicaid billing that you will have to deal with, for this will definitely not make you feel so good with the services you have chosen. 
You have a lot of options that you can choose from and before taking this decision, you should check the internet and see what those things that you will need to keep in mind before getting such services are.

If you would like to know more about Medicaid and Medicaid doctors, please visit us.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Natl. Def. Authorization Act Special

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Video Rating: 4 / 5

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Coast To Coast AM - 21.9.2011 - 1/4 - Peak Oil / Saudi Arabia & 9/11

MP3 Guests: Richard Heinberg, Craig Hulet Peak Oil: In the first half of the program, leading educator on Peak Oil, the point at which we reach maximum global oil production, Richard Heinberg, talked about the devastating impact it will have on our economic, food, and transport systems. Heinberg speculated that the world is either at this point or "very close to it," because "high prices and increasing demands don't seem to be budging supply very much." He said that the dire straits of oil production can also be seen in how energy companies have exhausted the easier "low hanging fruit" reserves and are now faced with extracting oil with increasingly more expensive, slow, and environmentally hazardous locations and means. Beyond just oil, Heinberg warned that other forms of fuel are also in danger of reaching their peak. On a local level, he explained that merely producing a meal requires extensive use of gas to transport the food, coal powered electricity to refrigerate it, and natural gas to cook it. This current journey from farm to plate, he said, requires a staggering 7 to 10 calories of fossil fuel energy for every 1 calorie of food consumed. At the point where the world reaches peak oil, Heinberg foresees a gradual decline in production that will cause a panic from the financial systems around the globe. In order to better prepare for this grim future, Heinberg suggested that the United States begin training people to manufacture and repair goods as ...

MP3 Guests: Robert Zimmerman, Open Lines Climategate: Filling in for George Noory, John B. Wells hosted space historian Robert Zimmerman, in the first half of the program, for a discussion about Climategate and other science-related issues. Zimmerman contended that Climategate was the "perfect example" of scientists distorting data to come to conclusions that were preferable to their research community. He pointed to money as the key factor which drove Climategate, since climate research is fueled by multi-billion dollar grants issued from various governments around the world. Additionally, Zimmerman surmised that misplaced "good intentions" have clouded the judgement of climate researchers who are adamant that global warming is an imminent danger to the planet. Regarding the aftermath of the controversy, Zimmerman lamented that, rather than punish the scientists involved in the disputed findings, the research community "spent the next two years whitewashing those scientists that had committed that fraud." He called this turn of event the "biggest tragedy" of the scandal, since it undermines the public trust in not only the climate research community, but also the scientific establishment as a whole. Chillingly, Zimmerman warned that, in light of our culture's overhwelming reliance on science as a foundation for human knowledge, "if we don't trust our scientists or they become untrustworthy, then we're in big trouble." Going forward, Zimmerman shared some ...

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

In Search Of... Bigfoot (Part 2 of 3) Nimoy

Season 1, Episode 5 (4/28/1977) Part 2 of 3 This episode investigates the Native American Legend of Bigfoot or "Sasquatch" as the Native Americans call it. A large, hairy beast, resembling a man. Scientists and Cryptozoologist discuss the possibility that this creature may inhabit the thousands of square miles of uninhabited timberland in the American Northwest. The legend of Bigfoot dates back may centuries and sightings have been reported continuously since before the white man came to this region of America and they continue today. Archival footage of a suspected Bigfoot is shown and discussed with both witnesses and scientists evaluating the film.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Monday, November 21, 2011

Coast to Coast AM 9/22/11 - Demonic Aliens and UFO's -Timothy Green Beckley Part 1

Ufologist and paranormal pioneer Timothy Green Beckley discussed his contention that UFOs/aliens are not extraterrestrial, but intelligently controlled phantoms from terrestrial/interdimensional sources, and are often associated with negative or demonic forces. These "beings" and their craft are able to change shape, as well as vanish right in front of our eyes, which suggests they are popping into or out of another dimension, he said. Beckley also pointed to the association of Hitler & the Nazi movement to UFOs, and posited that the craft in the Roswell crash may have been a German flying saucer prototype. Blood rituals and sacrifices have been connected to UFOs, such as animal and human mutilations, he said, citing an incident in a Brazilian village, where people were struck by beams of light, and drained of blood. Further, John Keel reported on a case in which a bloodmobile was chased by a UFO that attempted to draw it up into the craft. In another case in Brazil, an entire town was said to be possessed after their encounter with UFOs, Beckley detailed. He recounted the work of Spanish priest, Salvador Freixedo, who argues that UFOs/aliens are "evil forces" that consider humans breeding animals, and exploit us for our blood. He spoke about Alvin Moore who believed that a series of invisible islands or planets circle the Earth in a low altitude, and "sky men" from these realms exploit humanity. Beckley also shared various reports of demonic beings seen coming from UFOs ...

Sunday, November 20, 2011

In Search Of... Bigfoot (Part 2 of 3) Nimoy

Season 1, Episode 5 (4/28/1977) Part 2 of 3 This episode investigates the Native American Legend of Bigfoot or "Sasquatch" as the Native Americans call it. A large, hairy beast, resembling a man. Scientists and Cryptozoologist discuss the possibility that this creature may inhabit the thousands of square miles of uninhabited timberland in the American Northwest. The legend of Bigfoot dates back may centuries and sightings have been reported continuously since before the white man came to this region of America and they continue today. Archival footage of a suspected Bigfoot is shown and discussed with both witnesses and scientists evaluating the film.
Video Rating: 4 / 5