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The K-Files


Welcome to the latest installment of The K-Files.

If you're a fan of the new age and spiritual side of the paranormal, Coast to Coast AM has been delivering pretty well lately. With more than a few first time guests over the past week, it has certainly been a change of pace from subjects that may have been overplayed so far this year. That said, it has also been a disappointing time for alien and UFO junkies. Save for Richard C. pop-ins, the entire month of October had only a handful of extraterrestrial episodes.

Though starting with last Thursday's Alien and UFO Special, it seems Coast to Coast is about to get abducted by beings from another world.

You'd better get ready, 'cause here come The K-Files...

:: Special Report::
I've found myself bored with Coast to Coast AM lately. Ian Punnett's weekly Coast to Coast Live has been sufficiently entertaining over the past few weeks, only I haven't gotten the chance to listen to him as much as I'd want to. I'd say that the cause for my recent lack of interest is George Noory's recent departure from the staples of good paranormal radio: aliens, ghosts, and big foot. I understand the need to balance these topics and their esoteric superstar guests with less explosive C2C first-timers, but it seems like far too long since I've been able to sink my teeth into a real solid episode of Coast.

Though things are starting to look up for the Coast. For fans of aliens and UFOs, it has been a good couple of days. It all started this past Thursday night. Ironically, the originally scheduled guest, Timothy Good, was one I was actually looking forward to. When I tuned into listen, however, I found that George pulled an audible and had to reschedule Good. In his place, George decided on an "Alien and UFO Special." I'm usually a fan of such multi-guest extravaganzas, but considering it was put together on such short notice and was in place of a guest I was looking forward to, the episode already had a couple strikes against it.

First up for the night was author Robert Farrell. His brief interview focused mostly on the various possibilities regarding propulsion methods and technologies that UFOs may be utilizing. The theories he presented were nothing groundbreaking--usually falling back on the "they must be thousands or millions of years more advanced, thus are beyond everything" adage--but I like how he tried to stick to the nuts and bolts of the technology as much as possible. When George opened up the lines, a caller brought up that perhaps they have some sort of interdimensional travel techniques, which Farrell pretty much shot down as being too out-there. Decent enough for first hour guest, but I'm not sure If I'd be interested in hearing him back for a full interview.

Next up came the man I was looking most forward to--Jim Marrs. One of my personal heroes of the paranormal field, he's one of those guests that I will listen to no matter how many times I've heard what he has to say. Focusing on the 'alien agenda' he attempted to expose in his book of the same title, he touched on everything from suppressed alien technologies to reptilian conspiracies. It was all good stuff, to be sure, only it all seemed a bit stale. For that, I blame Tim Binnall's BOA Audio. I'm afraid Tim did just too good of a job interviewing Marrs for the Season 2 premier.

To bring the show to and end was a brief appearance by Dr. Roger Leir. His story about a triangular UFO he saw over Area 51 was an interesting one, though it seemed odd George would have Leir on considering he would be joining Art Bell for a full episode that following Saturday. Speaking of which, said episode turned out to be quite good.

I've discussed my feelings towards Art Bell and his recent life changes enough already, and I don't want to beat a dead horse or anything, but I've noticed a
returning enthusiasm in Art--the overall tone of his voice sounded to me like he was in in high spirits Saturday night. This mood transferred over to the interview nicely, reminding me of a classic Art Bell interview of yesteryear. Art still has a passion for radio, and I think it would be wise to not dismiss his hosting ability quite yet. He still has plenty of solid years left in him.

During the course of the 3 hour interview, Leir commented on everything from more Area 51 tales to his usual alien implant research and removal material. Good stuff, but again, it was Art Bell's enthusiasm and recharged charisma that made this a worthwhile show. If this is to be a sign of things to come, I think Art Bell weekends are really about to pick up on Coast to Coast. Indeed, this Thursday night's Steve Quayle interview and the Art Bell hosted Friday night open lines are a couple of sure bets. For the time being, it looks like UFO fans will be getting some quality service.

Be sure to tune your radios accordingly.

:: Dead End ::


Well, that's all for this week. I trust you enjoyed your trip into this shadowy nether-realm known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, arriving sometime next week. Later.

~Khyron, 2006.


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