Friday, August 8th - Travis Walton!

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Friday, August 8th - Travis Walton!

Post by Kaztronic » 08-07-2015 11:01 PM

Hi Guys,

Should be a GREAT show tonight. Fire In The Sky, Travis Walton. I remember an earlier interview with him which was fantastic.

Really looking forward to tonight's show :D
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Post by Riddick » 08-08-2015 12:14 AM

Great show indeed!

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Post by Doka » 08-08-2015 09:21 AM

I really enjoyed Travis, hard to believe his experience was almost 40 years a go! :ufo:
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Post by Diogenes » 08-08-2015 07:21 PM

Is it just me or does Art seem quite relaxed as opposed to the Sirius foray?

Probably has something to do with complete and total contra I would think.

To my ear he sounds like no time has gone by.

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Post by SquidInk » 08-08-2015 11:52 PM

I agree, Dio. He sounds much more at ease.
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Post by Riddick » 08-09-2015 12:39 PM

IMHO insofar it's like he never left, the satellite fiasco served a useful purpose after all!

I'd also say Art's arrival on the scene attests to the resurgence of podcasts in general. Broadcast radio ain't what it used to be, not to say Noory isn't just as bad as he was to begin with...

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