So I was tuned into Coast to Coast AM last night around 4:45 AM EST. It was near the very end of the broadcast and George Noory was taking his final
call for the night of open lines. It went something like this;
Caller: "Hey George I've been on hold so long I'm dying to open this thing!"
George: "Oh right you're the guy with the safe to open up"
Caller: "Yes! A friend of mine (or sister can't remember) who works for NASA told me she was fed up and was about to quit for some reason. She gave me
this safe and told me not to open it until she called me on the phone and she gave me a map with instructions to bury whatever I find in the safe at
the map's location"
George: "Oh really so you have the safe with you now? are you going to open it?"
Caller: "Yes! It's driving me crazy I have to open it! It was stupid of her to give me to combination before she called me to open it and I've had it
for a week now and I have to open it because it's driving me crazy! Should I open it?"
George: "Yes open it."
Caller: "Okay just give me a second"
George: "Okay caller you have to keep talking tell us what's happening I can leave you dead on the air."
Caller: "Okay Okay I'm opening it, there's a plastic bag. Uhhh"
[another pause and the radio crackles a bit as the caller is cut off]
George: "Wild Card line, hello caller"..... and immediately I can tell George's tone of voice changes because what's playing now is a recording from
years ago where a Professor Morgus storms into the studio and they have a little chat together and George ends up punching him in the face for an
"experiment". I have heard this recording many times before, it's years old. They cut off the caller and just played this old recording until it was
the end of the show and UFO Phil started playing. George came back to wrap up the show live, but never mentions what the heck happened with the guy
opening the NASA safe.
So what happened? Ideas? Did the men in black somehow scramble the live broadcast and forced C2C to throw on the recording to fill the last 10 minutes
of airtime? Or maybe this was just some ploy to entice listeners to tune in next open lines, just in case the guy calls back?
Did anyone else hear this? What happened? I was on the edge of my seat over what this guy was about to find in the safe this fed up NASA employee sent
to him and it just cut him right off as soon as he was about to describe what was inside.
I love C2C, but
edit on 3/9/11 by Darce because: spellings!