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Remembering Art Bell

4/13/2024 On September 11, 1997, the Coast to Coast Am listener world was turned upside down. The phone lines light up were opened and unscreened as Art Bell manned them waiting for callers. These callers would share their paranormal experiences on the air. There was a very special line dedicated to those who had insider information on Area 51. Area 51 is a notorious Air Force base dedicated to housing UFO’s. Art Bell was nestled in his house waiting for a call that was going to shock him. Midway through the broadcast a frantic caller had called into Art’s studio talking about being above Area 51. This caller had said that the US Government would triangulate on his position very soon. This caller gave details about what he saw from the sky including government vehicles, military intelligence, and more. Unfortunately, the satellite uplink transmitter failed without a reasonable explanation after several minutes of the caller talking to Mr. Bell. Taking calls in the middle of the night from different kinds of people was nothing new to Art. Arthur William Bell the III was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina on June 17, 1945. Bell’s parents were enlisted in the US Marine Corps and were stationed at Camp Lejeune. On May 8, 1945, a Victory in Europe marked the end of World War II in Europe. A day before Mr. Bell’s birth the United States tested its first atomic weapon called “The Gadget”. The Gadget was a very powerful bomb that could destroy half a city if needed. It was created at the Trinity Site in New Mexico’s Desert. By early 1946 Art Bell had taken his first few baby steps when George F. Keenan sent a telegram to the State Department. This telegram was designed to push for a strategy to


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