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The other day, I heard a guest on Coast to Coast claim that when he was a kid, he was part of a secret government project involving time control. He went back in time and saw President Lincoln too, and pointed to an obscure photo from the 1860's and said that he was the boy in it. His stories were very elaborate.
Then when I listened to some of John Lear's interviews on Coast to Coast, he was saying the most outlandish things, and while doing so, he kept laughing and chuckling, as though he were trying to entertain everyone. He didn't sound serious. It was like he was getting off on saying the craziest things and wowing George Noory and Art Bell.
I'm getting suspicious. Are most of these guests lying and BSing? Or are they just delusional?
You would think that if someone was part of a secret government black op, they would be in fear of their lives if they were going public with it. After all, when you sign a confidentiality agreement and take an oath not to divulge classified info, that's very serious, not a joking matter. The consequences are very grave. It's a felony and breach of trust.
So if I were violating my oath to the government like that, I'd be very scared and reluctant. Yet these people seem overly eager to talk and get off on the attention. That's what I find odd and suspicious.
Why are there so many crackpots on Coast to Coast? And why does George Noory give them all the benefit of the doubt? It's like he is ZERO when it comes to critical thinking. And he makes a fool out of himself when he pretends to believe everything every crackpot says. He never even asks challenging questions, like Art Bell did.
Anyway, are most of these guests deliberately lying and making it all up? What is their motivation? Do they just get off on saying outlandish things? I don't get them. I'd feel guilty if I were lying to everyone like that.
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Winston, long before Noory, Art Bell had been running that show for ages. It's known as the compendium of the late night lunatic fringe.
A majority of the listeners are those, who work the graveyard shift, and need some entertainment/food for thought, to get through the wee hours of the morning.
The idea here is to mix fact with a lot of fiction, to drum up the ratings.
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