ORR~20 Nov 2010~Art Bell Replay w/Russell Targ

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Post by starrmtn001 » 11-21-2010 12:13 AM

Getting sleepy so it's off to bed for me. Goodnight Shirley, Pam, and Coastin. Enjoy the rest of the show.:)

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:14 AM

Yes it is, and the local company did such an amazing professional job, we have great theater in the Detroit area.

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:15 AM

Good night and sweet dreams starr, thanks for hanging out as usual, stay warm and safe.

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Post by Coastin » 11-21-2010 12:15 AM

I just pretend he is hosting live. As long as I get that old familiar feeling. Yea, I've got plenty of shows to chose from.. I seem to prefer the shows he did between 95-99. I just love the energy that he had. It's just exciting listening to him.

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:21 AM

A Friend sent me 8 CD's of Dreamland shows from 94, 95 and 96, not every show but many, I will have to upload them one day to my PC and make them available. These are not shows that are not out there, he had them on cassette tapes and converted them to mp3.

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:22 AM

Some of the quality isn't perfect but not bad and not hard to listen to. Since they were recorded from radio most have commercials which is fun also, brings back good and bad memories from that era.

Actually the Michael Cremo interview is one of them....from 03-12-95

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:25 AM

Many of Art's mainstream guests were on Dreamland the first time and crossed over to Coast.

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Post by Coastin » 11-21-2010 12:26 AM

Beansidhe wrote: I sure wish he was in Pahrump, too. But I can see them wanting Asia to be with a lot of kids her own age. I may be wrong, but Pahrump sounds very small. How many kids her age could be there?


Yea, I don't think he would want to move his young family to Pahrump either. I think older people like to go there to retire or just get away from populated areas to where it is more peaceful.

I can see Art possibly moving back to the states into a different area. Maybe once he has had enough of the crazy, life threatening weather that seems to be a regular occurence in the Phillipines..

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Post by Beansidhe » 11-21-2010 12:26 AM

Hmmmm, is Dreamland possibly on XM radio? If so, I'd even consider getting the chip that will allow me to record the shows. That would be awesome.
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Post by Coastin » 11-21-2010 12:27 AM

Shirleypal wrote: I don't think between 50-60 thousand people is that small and I remember Art saying that there were quite a few Philippine families living there and that Aryan had made friends.


That sounds kind of hopeful. Well, he's already got his ham equipment and antennas already set up there. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:30 AM

Beansidhe wrote: Hmmmm, is Dreamland possibly on XM radio? If so, I'd even consider getting the chip that will allow me to record the shows. That would be awesome.

I am talking about Art's Dreamland shows that was on Sunday nights for a number of years from 6:00 to 9:00 PM Pacific time before Whitley Streiber took overf the show and it aired on Coast Saturday evenings in this time slot, and then Coast dropped the show. Art actually gave Whithley the show when he retired.

Whitely is still doing dreamland and you can listen to the weekly show at

http://www.unknowncountry.com/

He doesn't do a live radio show.

Swerdloc puts up the schedule here on FF every week.
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Post by Coastin » 11-21-2010 12:35 AM

starrmtn001 wrote: Getting sleepy so it's off to bed for me. Goodnight Shirley, Pam, and Coastin. Enjoy the rest of the show.:)


Goodnight Star...

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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:35 AM

This is the show this weekend on Dreamland

Unprecedented Wave of Animal Mutilations

Linda Moulton Howe reports on a massive worldwide wave of animal mutilations in October, including housecat mutilations across the United States and large-animal mutilations from six countries. As UFO sightings swept the world in October, behind the scenes, animal mutilations took place in at least six countries, including a wave of feline mutilations in the United States.

In Brazil, the mutilations were accompanied by large numbers of unknown lights in the sky over the regions where the cattle were being killed.

As has been the case for the forty years since investigation of this phenomenon began, there was not the slightest sign of evidence in a single case. Nobody was observed, nobody was caught, no tracks were found, and there was no trace evidence at all. Law enforcement officials continue to tell Linda off-the-record that this is being done by creatures from outer space.

Listen as two of the world's greatest UFO experts, Linda Moulton Howe and Whitley Strieber take this farther, and discuss what animal mutilations might have to do with nuclear weapons, and possible hostile relations between human governments and our visitors.

Linda Moulton Howe's website is Earthfiles.com.

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Post by Beansidhe » 11-21-2010 12:37 AM

Well, if (when) Art gets his radio antsy on and wants at least one night of his own then I will invest in that chip.
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Post by Shirleypal » 11-21-2010 12:37 AM

Coastin wrote: That sounds kind of hopeful. Well, he's already got his ham equipment and antennas already set up there. Keeping my fingers crossed.

Coastin

Also he has never put his home on the market, guess he may want to come back one day.

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