All week long when you come here you see reports on the various guests and programs on Coast to Coast AM. But they’re just reports. Written from a completely unbiased point of view. With just enough information to keep you informed but not so much maybe that you’re able to actually form an opinion.
So let’s take a brief step back in time and take a look at the past week of programs – from a purely human point of view.
Saturday November 13 – Hostage Negotiations – I didn’t write this one up because I didn’t get to listen to the whole show but what I heard was amazing. Retired FBI hostage negotiator, Gary Noesner, used cases that he’d worked on to illustrate negotiation techniques. He also pointed out mistakes that most law enforcement agencies tend to make – mistakes that often lead to a tragic end to the hostage situation. For example, one man killed his children, his wife and himself when local law enforcement gave him 10 minutes to come out or they were coming in. When they finally entered the house they found that he had been in the process of preparing to turn himself over to the FBI and everything would have turned out fine if he hadn’t been issued that ultimatum.
If nothing else, you’ll learn some great techniques for arguing with your ‘better half’ when you listen to this show.
Sunday November 14 – Foreclosuregate – Although I’m not a homeowner myself, I did find this show very interesting because the guest, Greg Hunter, gave very specific instructions on how to protect yourself from becoming the victim of fraud. Apparently, counterfeit promissory notes are all the rage right now and a lot of homeowners are paying off their mortgage only to find that they don’t really own their home like they thought they did. A definite ‘must listen’ if you own a home now or plan to in the future.
Monday November 15 – Time Travel & Cosmology – I enjoyed listening to this guest because he had a nice voice and explained things using terms that are easy to understand. However, after listening to Andrew D. Barsiago and his tales of the Pegasus Project just a few days earlier, I found Gott’s theories to be a bit unbelievable. On the other hand, he did manage to help me understand Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Go ahead and give this one a listen. It’s interesting and entertaining.
Tuesday November 16 – UFO Sightings and Investigations – The guest was William J. Birnes and I know I should have been impressed – but I just wasn’t! According to the preview posted at the Coast website, I had the impression he was going to tell us how we could go about seeing a UFO or having an ET experience if we’d never had one before. And while I thought that was a bit of wishful thinking, I wanted to hear how I could force an ET or UFO to appear right before my big, brown eyes. Instead, he just rehashed the same old stories – Betty and Barney Hill, Area 51, Roswell, blah, blah, blah….. If you need updates on those old stories then this is a good show to listen to. If not, maybe listen to one of the Exorcism shows in the archives! They’re always a lot of fun!
One saving grace on Tuesday night was the first hour guest – Richard C. Hoagland. When it comes to RCH, you either gotta love him or ya gotta turn the dial. Tonight he talked about aliens, disclosure and 2012. I’ll leave this decision entirely up to you.
Wednesday November 17 – Forbidden Archeology and Ancient India – OK, I have to admit… I could NOT listen to this show. Oh, I tried. But the guest, Michael Cremo, had such a monotonous voice and his presentation was not very exciting, to say the least. If you’re really into ancient India and forbidden archeology you’ll probably be able to overlook the fact that you’re falling asleep in your beer. Otherwise, again… maybe one of the Exorcism shows?
Thursday November 18 – Planet X and Pole Shift – The guest was James Gianninoto. I haven’t written this one up for you yet but I will. And it was good! Go ahead – listen to it!
Friday November 19 – The Jim Sullivan Mystery/Open Lines – Not so sure about this one. The guest, Al Dobbs, was a horrible speaker. Lots of stammering and back-tracking. The premise was good – people who turn up missing and are never heard from again. The whole show was just so-so until the end of the third hour. If nothing else, tune in to hear the female caller tell about the doctor who approaches her and her dying husband to invite them to participate in a ‘little $7 million scheme’.
Honestly? For the most part I enjoy listening to Ian. But he always takes a big chunk of time out of every show to promote his book, “Dizzy the Mutt with the Propellor Butt.” And then at the end of the show he gets short-tempered with the last caller because there’s not enough time for the person to complete their question. Oh, well…. I guess that’s why I’m on THIS side of the radio dial….
And that’s it for last week. For this week’s show schedule, go to “Coast to Coast AM program schedule for 11/20 through 11/26“.
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