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Sunday, March 19

LIVE with Connie Willis
Guest: Melanie Young

The Starchild Skull is a 900 year old bone skull found in Mexico in the 1930s. It is human like, but the bone has features so unusual that some experts, including Dr. T.J Robinson, do not think it's a skull from a human. Many have speculated this might be the smoking gun on the alien conspiracy. Starchild Skull expert, Melanie Young, will discuss the latest round of DNA testing on the Skull and the latest discoveries about this mysterious fossil.

Guest: Bill Sweet

Prayer is an unrelenting mental input into our world. Even those who question a higher power find themselves asking God for help. But is it real and does it work? Prayer researcher, Bill Sweet, will discuss scientific laboratory tests he has conducted to measure the good (and bad) motivations of prayer and the effectiveness of asking for help from above.

Monday, March 20

LIVE with George Knapp
Guest: Douglas Preston

Since the days of conquistador Hernan Cortes, rumors have circulated about an ancient White City of immense wealth hidden in the Honduran interior. Indigenous tribes spoke of ancestors who had fled there to escape the Spanish, warning that anyone who disturbs this sacred city will fall ill and die. Myths of treasure and every imaginable curse run rampant – but the fact that the city existed somewhere out in the jungles of Mosquitia, was widely accepted by Hondurans. Author and researcher, Douglas Preston, climbed aboard a rickety, single-engine plane carrying a machine that would change everything: LiDAR, an expensive laser technology on loan from NASA that could map the terrain under the dense rain forest canopy to a resolution within three feet. He will discuss what that flight revealed - an unmistakable image of a sprawling metropolis, tantalizing proof of not just the mythical city but an entire lost civilization.

Guest: Dr. Simeon Hein

What happens when you talk about something so controversial it can destroy your career for good? Sociologist Dr. Simeon Hein has investigated how our society treats witnesses to unexplained events, unidentified aerial objects, and mysterious beings. It’s a topic he once dismissed as being weird, fringe, and kind of crazy - something he'd avoid. He will discuss how his experience with remote viewing led him to be in contact with witnesses, some of very high credibility, of these hard-to-explain phenomena and eventually the weight of the evidence overcame any doubts he had about the authenticity of these subjects. This is an investigation of why our society is so reluctant to engage and address the critical issues raised by such phenomena. Why are we afraid to take the subject seriously? What are the consequences to the witnesses? Exactly what kind of universe do we live in?

Tuesday, March 21

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Neil Howe

Historian, economist, author and national speaker, Neil Howe will discuss his work on generations and how they shape history as well as the twenty year cycle of crisis facing the U.S. as predicted in his book ‘’The Forth Turning.’’ Howe predicted the rise in populism globally and his ideas have been studied by the current White House chief strategist, Steve Bannon. He will discuss the trends in play at the moment including Millennials entering adulthood, Generation X taking over the leadership of American institutions and Baby Boomers dealing with retirement issues.

Guest: Heidi Hollis

The world’s foremost expert and first author to write about the topic of Shadow People and the Hat Man, Heidi Hollis, has described and chronicled these dark menaces now interrupting lives around the globe. She will discuss the latest cases she has investigated and why she believes the girls involved with the Slenderman stabbing may have actually been under the influence of the Hat Man.

Wednesday, March 22

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Jonathan Emord

Constitutional Lawyer specializing in food and drug law and author of legislation for Congressman Ron Paul, Jonathan Emord is the only attorney in history that has defeated the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seven times in federal court. He will update his work on the many issues relating to vaccines including state medical board retaliating against physicians who speak out against vaccination, as well as changes happening in Washington DC regarding the FDA and other government agencies.

Guest: Open Lines

Thursday, March 23

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Peter Ward

Peter Ward has been active in Paleontology, Biology, and more recently, Astrobiology for more than 40 years. Since his Ph.D. in 1976, Ward has published more than 140 scientific papers dealing with paleontological, zoological, and astronomical topics. He will discuss the state of the planet and recent news reports about the demise of the Great Barrier Reef and how he has been warning about this for many years. He will also discuss climate change, melting ice caps, asteroid impact, dying oceans and mass extinction.

Guest: TBA

Friday, March 24

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Christian Wilde

Author and Researcher Christian Wilde will discuss his latest work in the arena of health and his research in to overlooked health conditions. Christian will discuss the many health advances in science and how longevity can be accomplished.

Guest: Nick Redfern

British best-selling author, Ufologist and Cryptozoologist, Nick Redfern will discuss secret orders, clandestine groups, and shadowy organizations that have sculpted and molded society on a global scale since time immemorial. Nick will reveal those who parade their power in our faces, despite their secret affiliations and actions, and those who prefer to lurk in the darkness, pulling planet-wide strings as they see fit.

Saturday, March 25

LIVE with Jimmy Church
Guest: Randall Carlson

Master builder and architectural designer, geological explorer and renegade scholar, Randall Carlson has 4 decades of research and exploration into the interface between ancient mysteries and modern science. He will discuss his research into Earth change and catastrophic events as well as ancient mythology, astronomy, Earth science, paleontology, symbolism, sacred geometry and architecture.