The second half of Friday's show featured Open Lines, which began with an eschatological dichotomy. The first caller spoke about heaven, describing it as a paradise two million miles in diameter with rivers that flow for 250,000 miles. On the flipside (literally), the next caller begged George to play some gruesome sounds purported to have come from Hell.
In keeping with the whole death theme, Danny told of a time when he was driving his car by a cemetery and his speedometer's mileage counter began to roll backwards.
On the special topic line, a man described an unforgettable moment he had as boy when he fell 40 feet through a stained glass window at church. Fortunately, he got caught in some barbed wire. What kind of church has barbed wire in it?
During the first two hours of Friday's show Sean David Morton
) recapped some of his predictions and took calls. Topics included Iraqi nuclear weapons hidden in Syria, revolution in Iran, a U.S. military draft, and the role of PROMIS software in recent blackouts.
Regarding the largest blackout in U.S. history, Morton says, "On [Coast to Coast] I said that it was a copy of the PROMIS software that was being used as part of a terrorist action against the United States that caused the blackout." According to him, a top-level presidential advisor has confirmed this.
And things will remain dark for a while. "The planet is going through a biorhythmic low," Morton said. Horrible things will be happening for the next several months, including more massive power blackouts.
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 (see January 1967 UFO
). The saucer object flying over the top secret NORAD radar reflector facility appears to be a Glencoe plastic model, originally manufactured in 1952.
How did we figure this out?
One of the biggest clues was the accuracy of the camera following the object with such a high level of understanding of movement. This was a close object and most UFO photos in sequence do not center as well.
But we didn't stop there.
A member of our UFO investigation team built a 3D computer object of the top (dome) and bottom of the plastic model. When compared to the radar images, all details were a perfect match. The conclusion was obvious: a Glencoe UFO model was used to create these very convincing UFO photos.
This discovery would not have been possible without the contributions of several people. Special thanks to:
Candy and Michael M.
Dan Fitz of Paranormal-Investigation.com