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Coast to Coast AM This Week: What to Expect in 2014 – Predictions, Visions, Etc.

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Join George Noory for Coast to Coast AM every night at midnight on Newstalk 1280 or listen online here.

Tuesday, December 31st

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Dr. George Pratt

Dr. George Pratt is a clinical psychologist and best-selling author with a private practice in La Jolla,CA for over 30 years, specializing in helping people resolve emotional blocks and achieve success. He will discuss the trend of young children using tablet technology and how it will change development in children.

Guest: Cal Cooper

PhD researcher in Psychology and Parapsychology at the University of Northampton, Cal Cooper, will discuss his work on paranormal activity at the time of death including telephone calls from the dead, the positive impact of using mediums to contact the dead, as well as new information about the nature of the alleged Amityville hauntings.

Wednesday, January 1st

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Annual Predictions Show

George Noory hosts the long-standing Coast to Coast AM tradition of reading listener predictions for 2013 and recording new predictions for 2014.

Thursday, January 2nd

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Joe Jacobs

A New Year’s tradition on Coast to Coast AM, internationally known psychic, Joe Jacobs, checks in with George Noory about his visions for 2014.

Guest: George Ure

George Ure is a business consultant and financial writer who focuses on long wave economics and various techniques to determine trends. He will share is analysis for outlooks in several areas for 2014.

Guest: Glynis McCants

Numerologist, Glynis McCants, is an expert in how patterns of events unfold exactly according to the energy signature of specific numbers. She will discuss 2014 – the year of 7.

Guest: John Hogue

World renowned Nostradamus expert and prophecy scholar, John Hogue will tell us what may be looming on the year to come.

Friday, January 3rd

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: John Geiger

Author John Geiger has been an Editorial Board Editor at The Globe and Mail, and is Chief Executive Officer of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society and a Senior Fellow at Massey College, University of Toronto. He will discuss whether angels are heaven-sent or products of the human brain. It ties in with his previous work about The Third Man Factor, where people who have found themselves on the brink of death in perilous circumstances and have been saved by a benevolent presence that led them out of the impossible.

Saturday, January 4th

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: OPEN LINES

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