Watch out for George Noory and his "lawyers" he will "threaten" you with when he gets caught in a lie. I'm still waiting for his "legal action" and that is something that will continue until hell freezes over.
Remember his claims about being some standout ball player in school? How he was collegiate-scholarship material? Yet, Harvey S. Lowery High School itself, the student newspaper "The Lowery Light," nor any weekly in the Dearborn, Michigan in its microfilm has any record of one "George Noory" playing any sport, let alone being what he claimed on air was qualified for a "tryout" with the professional Detriot Tigers of Major-League Baseball (MLB) in 1968; nor claiming what he told that Joel Wallach that night that he was into "football, baseball and track."
Watch that buffoon. Once caught in a lie that he cannot provide proof he played any sport at Harvey S. Lowery High School, he will get childish via email -- almost psychotic -- with you and claim he'll send his lawyers after you!
Bring on those lawyers, Noory. Then have then bring the proof and the press of your client's "outstanding and exemplary" school-sports accomplishments. Then find it was a lie and try suing me then! Mr. "collegiate-athletic scholarship candidate" appears to have never even played a single sport at Harvey S. Lowery High School from 1965-1968-- not even intramural. He's not listed on any squad of "The Polar Bears," nor the men's varsity club, nor was recognized at the graduating class of 1968 sports-award banquet.
Looks like George Noory, who claimed he was taught baseball by his mother -- yes, not his father, but his mother -- was the victim of some unjust conspiracy to keep him down even at a young age.