Bell interviewed Koontz on Saturday, June 6, He also commented on the death of Michael Jackson and how he had lived in Pahrump, Nevada, not too far away from where Bell lived. Friday November 20, , Bell hosted Coast to Coast AM from Manila with guest Starfire Tor, psi researcher and experiencer who discussed time shifts and time slips, and other strange occurrences of time.
During the first 90 minutes, they were joined by Whitley Strieber , who shared his take on Tor's research.
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On Wednesday, December 30, and Thursday, December 31, , Bell once again hosted his annual New Year's predictions special of Coast to Coast , noting that a number of the predictions this year were of an unusual and interesting nature and not mere repeats of many that had come before, though he also took several callers to task for seemingly veiling their obvious political agendas or wishes in the form of predictions, rather than offering up something from their "psychic center," which is what he repeatedly asks for during the prediction show. He also suggested that maybe Coast to Coast AM should institute some sort of prize or acknowledgment for listeners whose predictions are particularly accurate or astute.
In late , Bell and his wife filed an I petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services as part of her marriage-based green card process. In early the USCIS responded that they would need additional evidence to prove that Bell's marriage to a Philippines national and subsequent green card application was in good faith. Bell responded with evidence including their marriage license, their daughter's birth certificate, Bell's last will and testament, bank records, family photos, and Social Security forms.
On March 10, , Bell and his wife and daughter left Nevada for Manila to deal with some family business including the disposition of a condo they owned. Shortly thereafter, the USCIS denied the application on the grounds that the documentary evidence was never received, and further stipulated that Airyn Bell is not permitted to re-enter the United States, which is why Bell remained in the Philippines. Moreover, since the Bells were out of the country when the application was denied, they were required to start the process all over again. On his June 6 broadcast, Bell explained the situation and asked his listeners to send emails on his behalf to the White House.
Bell hosted 10 episodes in , 5 short of his publicly announced, contractually specified quota of 15 shows per year. His last hosting gig was his annual Ghost to Ghost show on Halloween night this was the first show ever wherein Bell used call screeners.
At the end of that broadcast, Bell said "When they next call my name we'll come back and we'll do this one more time. However, the weekly Somewhere in Time with Art Bell broadcasts of classic Bell-hosted episodes which have aired before the live show on Saturday nights since were not discontinued. Long Live the Hot Air. Initially, Noory had said that Bell was unable to host them because he would be traveling, but on December 24, , Noory said: "We had asked Art to do his predictions show; he's going to spend time with his family.
He's winding down, folks, he's winding down I don't anticipate he'll do any more shows. In email interactions with fans who have written in to inquire about Bell's absence, Coast personnel confirmed that Bell had retired. According to Coast webmaster Lex Lonehood: "Art Bell decided he no longer wished to do live C2C shows, and asked that his name be removed from the host listings accordingly. Classics and Somewhere in Time shows will continue as is. Despite the above remarks from Punnett, Noory, Lyon, Lonehood and Bell, as of January 6, , an official public statement formally confirming Bell's departure from Coast to Coast AM has yet to be made via press release, website announcement or on-air, by any party with the authority to do so—the show's producers, Premier Radio Networks, Clear Channel Communications, or Bell himself.
This lack of information has led to rampant speculation among Bell's fanbase as to the motivations and circumstances behind Bell's sudden absence; whether he had given his last live broadcast; and what—if anything—he might decide to do next. During a chat on February 8, , events became even more confusing for Bell's fans as George Noory, during a public chat responding to a question regarding Bell, stated that Bell isn't responding to his emails. The questioner, "Coalspeaker," asked "Have you spoken to Art Bell lately?
And if so is he and his family doing well? Art has decided to retire for good this time. I assume all is well for him and his family. He has gone through many ups and downs. I sent him a very lengthy email a few months ago, and he never responded. Though he normally would. Noory's email, although it only led Bell's fanbase to speculate further. In March a Facebook profile appeared claiming to be the legitimate page of "Arthur W. Bell III," who posted hints that there would be a "big announcement" at the end of April After much speculation and debate among fans and friends on that page and various Bell forums, and finally after direct intervention from a verified Bell account, the "Arthur W.
Bell III" page was proven to be a hoax, with no "big announcement" imminent. On July 20, , Bell announced via his Facebook page that he had relocated with his family to Pahrump, Nevada.
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Subsequent posts indicate Bell and his family initially focusing on resettling his house and making it "fit for human habitation" again, giving no indication about his radio plans, if any beyond maintaining his HAM activity. However, on July 30, Bell posted the following: "There is so much to do and only so many hours in the day. There are things going on in the background that I will talk about at the proper time. The move was a big one and we need time to adjust. On August 19, , Bell announced via Facebook "Phrase for the day Stay tuned! Art Bell fans can view the posts where Art Bell interacted with his fans up until the Spring of On August 20, , Bell spoke of his grievances on with Premiere Radio stations, claiming that he would soon tell the full story of the truth of his retirement.
I have asked Premiere to stop the Saturday broadcasts and thus far they have not done so, as is their legal right. Free speech remains my right. I will soon exercise it. On November 1, , Bell updated his Facebook status with the following: "I wish my name was no longer associated with what Coast has become!
In January , Bell announced on Facebook, "I am now in negotiation for a new Radio show, stay tuned. No promises but the wind may be about to change direction! I have given 2 very solid offers a lot of thought and have turned them down. My reasons are many, though I am profoundly sad at the current state of the show, both offers would have been direct competition with Coast and anger is the wrong reason to proceed.
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Also I really do not want to destroy what I built despite its current state. Asia will be in first grade in the Fall and getting up very early, I would be up late and sleeping late, I would not see much of her or Airyn. Life is short and I want to spend what I have left with my Family.
I hope my friends understand In June , Bell announced on his Facebook page that his official website, artbell. On July 10, , a red, white, and blue textual representation of a smiley face was displayed on the website. The site's favicon is a picture of a grey alien. On July 29, , Bell officially announced a return to the airwaves with a launch date of September 16, On November 4, , Bell left Dark Matter after only six weeks. On November 7, , Bell announced and began testing for potential Internet streaming sources.
On July 20, , Bell returned with his new show Midnight in the Desert. The show aired on the internet Dark Matter Digital network and on 45 stations 20 of which signed on before the show started from 9 PM to midnight PT. He also started transmitting on shortwave radio on WTWW at 5. On December 11, , Bell announced that he had permanently stepped down as host of Midnight in the Desert due to concerns about his family's safety. Bell made the occasional guest host appearance. Art Bell died April 13, , at age 72 at his home in Pahrump, Nevada. Bell had suffered from health problems in the previous years.
He posted on his website in July that he was hospitalized for pneumonia and revealed at the time that he suffered from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The coroner's office stated that Bell died of an accidental overdose from a cocktail of prescription drugs. The coroner's office determined he had four prescription medications in his system: the opioids oxycodone or Roxicet and hydrocodone or Vicodan , diazepam or Valium , and carisoprodol or Soma, a muscle-relaxant.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and hypertension also contributed to his death. We had our differences, but he was one of those instrumental in me being where I am right now. Paley , head of CBS. Francis questioned Bell about Hale-Bopp, Area 51, eccentric callers claiming to be "six-fingered alien hybrids", as well as the UFO sighting experienced by Bell and his wife Ramona.
In , Bell appeared as himself on the series Millennium.
The episode called "Collateral Damage" aired in the third season and dealt with a former U. This episode was broadcast on January 22, The Washington Post, January 22, In Bell was interviewed on Larry King Live. This was broadcast on March 5, The Washington Post, March 5, Progressive rock band Tool 's album, Lateralus , featured a track entitled "Faaip de Oiad" Enochian for "The Voice of God" , which includes a clip of the "distraught and terrified" Area 51 employee call from September 11, This was broadcast on February 24, The Washington Post, In , snippets of Bell and callers to his show were featured on the song "Conspiracy Radio" on Sean Hogan 's album Catalina Sunrise : Bell is credited for "voice overs" on this track.
In , Bell was featured in the video game Prey and played himself. He hosts, as in real life, Coast to Coast AM , and the player is able to listen to the broadcast at several terminals throughout the game. The broadcasts describe what is happening on Earth as the game unfolds. The game plot centers around a massive space ship and alien abductions.
Bell receives a number of calls about people who have seen smaller craft as they abduct people. Bell plays himself as he and a group of friends try to help protect a young woman from an alien threat. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.hostcornfreelum.gq
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