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05-16-2005, 08:50 PM
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Just curious as to how many, if any, out there listen to Art or George?

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05-16-2005, 08:54 PM
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Just curious as to how many, if any, out there listen to Art or George?
Wow, I used to listen to Art all the time when he did week nights back in the day. I try to catch him from time to time on weekends now. George is good to, I listen to him on occasion. One of the best late night shows out there.

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Been listening to them since I was like 15. It was all Art before. Just awesome stuff,

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Just curious as to how many, if any, out there listen to Art or George?

i used to listen to that all time about 2 years ago in the summers. some freak stuff right there

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George is good too
Thanks dude, you're the best.

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I listen to that show every night. I've been in the habit of leaving the radio on all night since I was about 11 years old. I'm embarassed to admit how many times I've had to turn the channel after waking up to some freaky story at 3 a.m.

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There have been times when I would wake up in the middle of the night and be frozen stiff about something they were talking about. I swore there was something in my room watching me. Out of the two I love Art easily,but George does a good job himself. Just don't think you can be Art though.

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I listen to that show every night. I've been in the habit of leaving the radio on all night since I was about 11 years old. I'm embarassed to admit how many times I've had to turn the channel after waking up to some freaky story at 3 a.m.
Wow that's strange you just wrote that as I was writing my response...maybe we should be on the show?!! I've listened to this show religiously since my senior year in high school when I discovered it. Now it's tough for me to stay up at night witht he job and although I can't sleep unless I have the radio on. I'll wake up in the middle of the night and pop a tape in so I can listen in the morning while I get ready for work and also have a streamlink membership.

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They had something on Saturday night about the Phoenix lights that have reappeared. Anyone from out that way see any of this?

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I listen to Art...that other dude is not in Art's league....I enjoy the free days when you get crazy ****ers who talk about their surf board being possessed by a demon.

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I used to listen but there were just so many commercials, and most of them were for Coast to Coast stuff so I stopped listening.

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I used to listen but there were just so many commercials, and most of them were for Coast to Coast stuff so I stopped listening.
I agree although I don't think it's specific to just Coast to Coast though. All t.v. and radio shows are it seems half commercials anymore.

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No kidding. But it seems worse in non prime time. I also listen to a lot of commercial free radio so it's more noticeable.

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No kidding. But it seems worse in non prime time. I also listen to a lot of commercial free radio so it's more noticeable.
Awh.. you still need to come back and listen. Still a great show.

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Tonights topic...technology and North Korea

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I loved the show. I listened to it nightly for years back. I stopped listening around the time when something happened to Art's son or whatever that made him miss the show for a long time.

I also found the show started to change away from its para-normal talk to more techie and what have you, kind of stuff. I'll admit to being freaked out more then once while listening to Art. Out-of-body experiences are pretty cool

The best caller I ever heard was some really really old geezer guy who called in to say that he had pretty much eliminated the need for any pooping. He was very proud that he could eat solids and not poo, and no it was not a fake call. Art was speechless.

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I loved the show. I listened to it nightly for years back. I stopped listening around the time when something happened to Art's son or whatever that made him miss the show for a long time.

I also found the show started to change away from its para-normal talk to more techie and what have you, kind of stuff. I'll admit to being freaked out more then once while listening to Art. Out-of-body experiences are pretty cool

The best caller I ever heard was some really really old geezer guy who called in to say that he had pretty much eliminated the need for any pooping. He was very proud that he could eat solids and not poo, and no it was not a fake call. Art was speechless.
Man I missed that call. Sounds hilarious. The format has changed a little although lately it seems like George is trying to steer it back towards more paranormal shows. Art was/is the best though. I miss the days where he was on 6 days a week. Those were the days.

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I try to catch it as often as I can. How is Oscar doin, that guy is just weird.

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I flat out love that show. I'd find myself struggling some nights trying to stay awake so I could listen to some of it when it came on at 1:00 am. I moved about 8 months ago and don't get it on local radio anymore and this is one of the biggest things I miss. Messed up my night time routine big time not being able to listen to it anymore.

Art or George, doesn't matter to me.

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I used to listen to it when they played it on the local radio here. I remember one call from some lady from Texas or something about how she was driving on a highway in the middle of the night, and she stopped, and some goat man or sasquatch or something came up to her car.

Creeped the hell out of me.

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I used to listen to it when they played it on the local radio here. I remember one call from some lady from Texas or something about how she was driving on a highway in the middle of the night, and she stopped, and some goat man or sasquatch or something came up to her car.

Creeped the hell out of me.
It likely was the same lady that hit the hobo and just drove along as though nothing was amiss.

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Art or George, doesn't matter to me.
I used to listen a few years ago...wasn't there a woman who did the show one night a week (on weekends) as well?

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I used to listen a few years ago...wasn't there a woman who did the show one night a week (on weekends) as well?
Yeah, there was a women that did Saturday's I think when Art retired there for awhile. Whitlely Strieber did Sunday's I think and then they let him go. I enjoyed Whitely's Dreamland show. Not as good as Art's,but good for a change of pace on Sunday's. Can't remember the women's name,but can't say I was too excited when she had her show on. She broadcasted out of San Fran I think.

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I started listign to art about 10 yrs ago when i had a night shift job working 6 days a week dropping of news papers across a 150 km route.

Got bored with local crap radio startlisting to faint stations from ny thats how I got hooked on art. Havent listend to him in a yrs thoguh since b4 his retirement

There is an art bell Coast to Coast paltalk chatroom on www.paltalk.com

50 art fans go there and the show is broadcastesd through the voice chat room.
I have dropped in there on occasion and listened for a while. I recomend it if you wanna give him a listen.

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I started listign to art about 10 yrs ago when i had a night shift job working 6 days a week dropping of news papers across a 150 km route.

Got bored with local crap radio startlisting to faint stations from ny thats how I got hooked on art. Havent listend to him in a yrs thoguh since b4 his retirement

There is an art bell Coast to Coast paltalk chatroom on www.paltalk.com

50 art fans go there and the show is broadcastesd through the voice chat room.
I have dropped in there on occasion and listened for a while. I recomend it if you wanna give him a listen.
Sounds cool Iwill have to take a look. Tonights show deals with teleportation.

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