Archive for May, 2017

2002-01-16 – Art Bell SIT – Mark Hazlewood – Blindsided by Planet X

2002-01-16 – Art Bell SIT – Mark Hazlewood – Blindsided by Planet X

 

  Art Bell – Somewhere in Time returns to Jan. 16, 2002 when in the first hour hypnotist Vincent Lords talks about his weird experiences after beating David Blaine’s record of being buried alive for 12 days, including healing abilities and levitation. Followed by Mark Hazelwood and his theories on Planet X.

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1998-05-11 – Art Bell SIT – Chuck Missler & Mark Eastman – The Coming Great Deception

1998-05-11 – Art Bell SIT – Chuck Missler & Mark Eastman – The Coming Great Deception

 

  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/11/1998 when authors Chuck Missler and Mark Eastman discussed the UFO phenomenon from a Christian viewpoint.

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1997-07-22 – Art Bell SIT – Leonard Nimoy and Open Lines

1997-07-22 – Art Bell SIT – Leonard Nimoy and Open Lines

 

  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 22, 1997, for a show featuring Leonard Nimoy from Star Trek, plus Open Line calls about nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, and an interview with Charles Ostman.

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2001-04-16 – Art Bell SIT – Harold Ort – Cell Phone Dangers

2001-04-16 – Art Bell SIT – Harold Ort – Cell Phone Dangers

 

  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time goes back in time to April 16, 2001, when the editor of Popular Communications Magazine, Harold Ort, joins Art Bell to talk about the world of communication and the evils of cell phones. David Wilcock also joins the show to discuss how we will one day have a magnetic […]

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2002-02-07 – Art Bell SIT – Graham Hancock – Underwater Ruins

2002-02-07 – Art Bell SIT – Graham Hancock – Underwater Ruins

 

   Art Bell Somewhere in Time returned to Feb. 7, 2002 when Art’s guest Graham Hancock looked at the hard evidence of inexplicable underwater ruins around the world. India’s a big part of the story, but also Malta and the Mediterranean, Japan and China, and the Grand Bahama Banks. 10 million square miles of the […]

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