posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 10:25 AM
I think the main element to the caller that called in to Art is that the radio station system itself apparently failed. Now, Art says it has never
happened in all the years and now it happens at the very same time that the suspicious caller calls in with this type of secret information.
On the other hand, the caller is taking WAY too long to divulge this information! Way too long! If he had REAL secret information and HE KNEW he
had, let's say, 30-60 seconds in which to talk before he gets cut off, you would think the caller would say something like, "Art, I'm going to talk
really fast, so please record me --and have your listeners record me as well..." Then the caller just should have talked very fast --getting as much
info out as possible before he got cut off --IF this was real.
I think it's a hoax. Someone who has access to this information is trained to keep calm. The caller would have known to call had a time where his
emotions were leveled off so he wouldn't appear like a raving mad-man. His main goal is for people to believe him.
It certainly makes for good radio though doesn't it? And I think that's all this was --good radio. Art always seemed like a stand up person, so
maybe he didn't know, maybe he did, who knows.
I think if the caller was real, there would have been another news story along with this. Like maybe a family or friend comes out and says, listen,
so-and-so called in to the Art Bell Show and now my brother (or whoever) is missing. Nothing like that happened.
I would like to believe it, but my Spidey-Sense is tingling and telling me the caller took way too long to get info out and that's what people do
when they're fabricating something. We see it here on ATS when people make attention-seeking threads --they give out little to no info --just enough
to satisfy the curiosity of those who read the thread. Like the thread about yellow moons, orange stars and green clovers, or whatever it was about.
But, it makes for a good read --in their minds, in ours it's a waste of time reading it.
In the end, I hope Art didn't know about it.