Begun in late May and continuing forward, is a new bonus for Streamlink users. Called Classic Clips, these are two Show Clips, that will remain a permanent part of the archive, and reside on individual Show Pages such as this one. Now you can have a taste of all M-F shows, even after their 90-day run. Enjoy!
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Clark H. took this photo 75 miles north of Santa Rosa on US 101, an area long thought to be a top secret U.S. government testing range. Click here to view the enlargement and his story.
Dr. Leir is a California surgeon who has removed what may be actual alien implants...cont.
No More Ice
NASA study predicts the Arctic Ocean will lose all perennial ice by end of century...cont.
Saturday's guest, Dr. Ronald Klatz (website), shared info on advancements to reverse the human aging process...cont.
During the first two hours of Friday's show Sean David Morton (website) recapped some of his predictions...cont.
UFO Footage FAKE!
It took the collective power of the C2C army, but we're now 100% sure the UFO footage we recently published on the site is FAKE...cont.
The Invisible Letter
A very touching letter George read on air Thursday...cont.
Lex on Vacation
Webmaster Lex is taking the week off. Filling in for him is Shawn, Lex's evil twin, whom you can write to here or at the regular webmaster address.
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Sun 10.05 >> First Hour: Dr. Roger Leir (alienscalpel.com) will be discussing his knowledge and exposure to alien implants in human beings. His compelling and intriguing work takes a very serious look at the scientific and medical aspects of the alien abduction phenomena.
Main guests Richard Hoagland (website) and Mike Heiser (website)
will be discussing the upcoming conference, "God, Man, & ET" to be held at the University of Wisconsin in October 2003.