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George Knapp
« Reply #9690 on: November 18, 2019, 04:04:12 AM »
I see that George Knapp is scheduled to host c2cam this weekend both Sat and Sun nights!  :D
He just confirmed he'll be on next weekend, too.

I didn't catch the first two hours tonight but did catch the wild horses segment.  Not bad at all and I'm not all that interested in the subject.  Knapp is so much easier on the ears than bumbling Jorch.

George Knapp
« Reply #9691 on: November 18, 2019, 03:30:44 PM »
Last night was a Knapp at his best, and at his worst program.  The first guest was some woo pitcher making claims about all the stuff he has allegedly seen/experienced near Knapp's meal ticket Skinwalker Ranch. As usual with guests of that ilk, Knapp seemingly took everything as Gospel without challenging, or even trying to bound the claims. 

The second guest, a retired FBI agent who spent a great deal of his career under cover, was very entertaining.  Knapp expertly guided the guy through the telling of a few of his more noteworthy cases, gently leading the guest past minutiae to get to the meat of his stories.  Knapp really hit his stride when the retired agent related his time undercover in Vegas dealing with mobsters.  One of the best interviews I've heard on C2C in some time .
Actually considering the robotics under DARPA and places like Boston Mechanics the "robotic dog" explanation seems more slightly possible than Dogmen and/or Indian Skinwalkers explanation for the strange creatures.

Knapp is very passionate on the horse/burro issue and so a good show. The small ponys on Asseteague and Chickadink are cool and they manage the herds via birth control and adoption. And are a draw for tourists. Knapp is right about somehow finding "value" in the wild horses and burros out west which will help in conservation.  I seem to recall tales about camels that went feral in Far West Texas and other places in the Western USA. Brought in in attempts to use like burros since they are used to dry, desert environments.


Knapp knows Vegas and history so I look forward to listening to the undercover cop stories. 

George Knapp
« Reply #9692 on: December 13, 2019, 07:40:53 PM »

Date
Sunday - December 15, 2019
Host
George Knapp
Guests
Patricia Eltinge,  Shannon Taggart,  Mike Clelland   
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First Hour: American artist Shannon Taggart became aware of Spiritualism as a teenager, when her cousin received a message from a medium that revealed details about her grandfather’s death. In 2001, while working as a photographer, she began taking pictures where that message was received – Lily Dale, New York - home to the world’s largest Spiritualist community. She joins George Knapp to discuss Spiritualism’s mysterious process of the seance and her eighteen-year journey that has taken her around the world in search of ‘ectoplasm’ – the elusive substance that is said to be both spiritual and material.

Second Hour: Author Mike Clelland wrote about the most difficult time of his life as it was happening and posted it on a blog when he was confronted with a chain of strange events that seemed impossible to understand. He tried to dismiss what was happening, but all the clues pointed to one thing, and he was forced to ask himself, ‘’Am I a UFO abductee?’’ Clelland will discuss his roller coaster journey of doubts and fears as he wrestles with UFOs, missing time, synchronicities and, oddly, owls.

Hours 3 & 4: All of us dream and the process of capturing our dreams and looking deeply into their meanings is of great benefit to anyone interested in their own unconscious. Dream expert Patrcia Etlinge speaks about her 25 years of study under Dr. Pat Allen, the world-renowned psychologist who pioneered work in dream analysis, along with the source of personal and universal information that is available to us from other dimensions when we dream.

George Knapp
« Reply #9693 on: December 27, 2019, 06:45:21 PM »
Two nice gifts from George Knapp were under the tree last Saturday and Sunday.

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/george-knapp-shows
https://twitter.com/g_knapp
https://www.mysterywire.com/
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Date
Saturday - December 21, 2019
Host
George Knapp
Guests
Richard Dolan,  Alejandro Rojas   
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https://www.richarddolanpress.com/
http://www.openminds.tv/
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Researcher and author Richard Dolan appeared in the first half and first decried the general nature of UFO study as presented in online forums and social media as counterproductive and filled with needless conflict. He quickly added that recent developments in the study of the subject and particularly its coverage in the media are unprecedented and remarked that we are now "talking about it in a way that no one could have imagined." This, in spite of the fact Dolan said, that the U.S. government has always engaged in a "debunking program of UFOs." He also characterized the efforts of the To The Stars Academy group as "definitely not a government operation" even though the members are former government or military employees.
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In the second half, UFO journalist and organizer of the International UFO Congress, Alejandro Rojas talked about significant changes in how the media covers the subject. He characterized this last year as a period when there has been "an extraordinary shift" in the attitudes of journalists and writers as well as news organizations. He was heartened to observe that, instead of fading away after the initial excitement of the Navy UFO story, the cycle has only been reinforced by the willingness of the pilots and other witnesses to continue to discuss and reveal more about their experiences. Rojas pointed out that the press that covers defense issues tend to "take the word of the pilots much more seriously."

George Knapp
« Reply #9694 on: December 27, 2019, 06:47:44 PM »
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And on Sunday
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Date
Sunday - December 22, 2019
Host
George Knapp
Guests
Marian Rudnyk,  Terry Lovelace   
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http://rudnyk.com/
https://www.terrylovelace.com/
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Wow. What a show.
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Astronomer Marian Rudnyk hunted asteroids for NASA and also mapped lava flows on Mars and ice fractures on Jupiter's moon Europa. After a sighting that changed his life forever, Rudnyk was thrust into that which he'd previously condemned: the bizarre universe of UFOs. In his work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) he recalled laughing at UFO researchers who would show up asking to see original imagery from unmanned space missions. This changed when Rudyk said he found a cache of film canisters hidden under the floor at JPL that supposedly contained images of UFOs from the Gemini space missions. When he examined the films, he found that the relevant frames "had been cut out of the film."

On January 1st of 2017, Rudnyk had a dramatic sighting of four disc-shaped objects in formation and took video and pictures of them. He mentioned the sighting and photos to a friend who had a relative in the Air Force Space Command. During a phone call, he was told that his sighting was "real all right." He was informed, "you're going to turn all of this over and you're not going to say anything to anyone." When he finally surrendered the video nearly a month later, he noticed that F18s were flying regular sorties over the area of the sighting as if conducting a search. Rudnyk was soon subject to harassment with his devices, on social media, and in person. Faced with this frustration, he said that the agencies or organizations bothering him "should just hire me."

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On the second half
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 Terry Lovelace, a 64-year-old retired lawyer, and former Assistant Attorney General, kept a secret for much of his life. In 1977, Terry and a friend went on a camping trip to a state park known as Devil's Den. But instead of a wilderness adventure, they experienced an encounter with something unknown and unimaginable. Lovelace recounted the night of the incident began with the sounds of the forest, which had eerily "all gone quiet." They soon noticed a triangular formation of lights that rapidly approached, blocking out the sky between them. The object moved over their camp, and the two friends felt the need to immediately go to sleep. When they woke up about 4 hours later, they observed what Lovelace described as approximately 16 "little guys in twos and threes" walking near the campsite. They quickly stepped into a beam of light and disappeared.

The two terrified friends finally worked up the courage to bolt for the car and leave. When they reached an all-night gas station, they were so thirsty they drank water from the faucet in the bathroom. They noticed an apparent sunburn all over their bodies "even [on] the soles of my feet," said Lovelace. Both were in the Air Force, and authorities questioned them closely. Lovelace said that he was able to remember being inside the object with many other terrified people and "these little grey guys running all around." He observed a tall, human-looking figure, which seemed to read his mind when they locked eyes, and a praying mantis-type creature. Lovelace was hypnotized and interrogated by Air Force personnel who had likely questioned others with similar experiences.

George Knapp
« Reply #9695 on: January 19, 2020, 09:05:43 PM »
Really enjoyed Knapp's interview last night with Russo.  I've heard him interviewed now on three different programs, and he's told different stories on all three.  The basic topics have been the same, but the depth of details have varied.  For example, the mental image of JFK snorting coke off Juliette Prowse's stomach was eye opening!  May have to read his book.

The second half guest, Beckley, would have been a great guest for Noory.  The guy talked fast and almost nonstop, dropping lots of names and jumping from topic to topic.  Poor Knapp had problems just getting a question in.

FXX

George Knapp
« Reply #9696 on: January 28, 2020, 01:42:48 AM »
Really enjoyed Knapp's interview last night with Russo.  I've heard him interviewed now on three different programs, and he's told different stories on all three.  The basic topics have been the same, but the depth of details have varied.  For example, the mental image of JFK snorting coke off Juliette Prowse's stomach was eye opening!  May have to read his book.

The second half guest, Beckley, would have been a great guest for Noory.  The guy talked fast and almost nonstop, dropping lots of names and jumping from topic to topic.  Poor Knapp had problems just getting a question in.
How about knapps show this past Sunday excellent interview with the animal rights person.

George Knapp
« Reply #9697 on: January 28, 2020, 09:31:57 PM »
The second half guest, Beckley, would have been a great guest for Noory.
You mean because...
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The guy talked fast and almost nonstop, dropping lots of names and jumping from topic to topic.
...so Noory wouldn't've had a chance to derail him?

George Knapp
« Reply #9698 on: January 29, 2020, 07:32:02 AM »
You mean because......so Noory wouldn't've had a chance to derail him?

George loves guests who take control of his interviews, less work for him.

George Knapp
« Reply #9699 on: January 29, 2020, 08:30:19 AM »
George loves guests who take control of his interviews, less work for him.
I wish those were the only ones he had on, or at least that I knew when they'd be on, because his "work" on "interviews" usually degrades the proceedings.

FXX

George Knapp
« Reply #9700 on: January 29, 2020, 11:55:12 PM »
How about knapps show this past Sunday excellent interview with the animal rights person.
Knapp keeps the discussion very interesting it is just his swag.


George Knapp
« Reply #9702 on: February 08, 2020, 05:35:13 PM »
 Swarming bugs transform Luxor Sky Beam into ‘sparkly lights going up into heaven’

https://www.mysterywire.com/mysteries/swarming-bugs-transform-luxor-sky-beam-into-sparkly-lights-going-up-into-heaven/