Ok while we are at it
David John Oates?
John b wells?
Also great job. You and dark weekend are doing really great!!
Start with the top of the list??? OK, I'll bite...
Jim Marrs: Tells a great story, well spoken and tends to stretch things way out to maintain a position of fantastic for those who'll listen...would I have him as a guest??? I haven't approached him and probably won't...in the old days I thought he was pretty cool, though.
Whitley Strieber: One thing we can never take from him: his book 'Communion'...that book scared the crap out of me and so did the movie. His newest tales of the little blue men representing death are a pretty good take as well...if he said he was a fiction writer from the start he would have had an amazing career...probably Steven King in greatness (he's that good)...and then he could have said in a deathbed confession that everything was based on fact and he'd move up to legendary status. Unfortunately he probably won't be a guest.
David Oates: You can play anything backwards at any speed and get something out of it...in any language...and to make a living off of that is pretty amazing...lol...I'll end with that...future guest??? Not sure...nothing too groundbreaking with him and anybody can do it. Run some tape backwards and C2C will probably book you.
George Noory: The best fall to sleep material on earth...better than Ambien. No joke. Honestly, I have NEVER gotten through a show. When I first heard him on air after Art I was pretty angry and have never gotten over it...I thought that a show like C2C was able to search the country and come up with somebody that was great...there is a lot of talent out there...I was shocked when I first heard Noory...I remember thinking at the time: "this is it??? this is what we've got??? are you kidding me???"...but, Herbalife has their spokesman and Clear Channel is happy. Ever wonder where Gaiam TV tapes their show??? I'll bet the farm it's in the Herbalife offices at Nokia Live in downtown Los Angeles.
George Knapp: Love him. Great talent. Nothing wrong with Knapp. He can come on the show anytime he wants. Period.
John B. Wells: I've come and gone a few times with my opinion of JBW...very smart guy, for sure. When you are in a career climb and you work your way through life and end up riding the big bear that is Clear Channel you end it there...if he could have managed to keep things in check for a little longer he probably could have stepped in and replaced Noory and saved C2C...but, the opposite happened. He was sooooo close...he had his foot on the edge of the cliff and he could feel it...but now I'm not sure if he'll ever get it back. Now I'm in a holding pattern.
Ed Dames: I have a friend who has just finished a documentary on Ingo Swann...he is the guy who introduced Ed Dames to Art...He will be a guest on the show in the next couple of weeks...my friend is not in the industry and you've never heard of him...everyone will understand when we do the show...but, I will say this: there is something real about the entire subject and I truly believe that.
OK, now I have to go back to work...we have a show to do! Tomorrow night is Nick Redfern...