RADIO CALL — TAPE #642 EXCERPT
Q: Mark Russell Bell
M: Mike Siegel, host of “Coast to Coast AM”
M: And we’re back with you. Let’s go right back to your calls. And they’re terrific, let me tell you. We go to the wild card line. You’re on “Coast to Coast AM” Hello.
Q: Hi, Mike.
M: Good morning.
Q: This is Mark in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley.
M: Mark, how are you?
Q: Very good, thank you. And (“GEL”) I believe I do believe I have evidence for time travel. But when I was listening to you talk about (“UM”) “A Christmas Carol,” I couldn’t help but think that that was very similar to what we now call abduction visits. Do you see the parallels between the two?
M: You know, could well be. Of course, I’ve never been abducted—to my knowledge at least—but those who have, it may well be. (“YY YY” “YOU”) You know, that’s very possible. They could be taken — you see, the concept of that, Mark, was—in the film, anyway—was that you were going from one time and one space to another time and another space. And the Ghost of Christmas Past was taking Scrooge with him just by his touch — of the ghost. And they went though those plains. They really didn’t travel in the way we know an airline travels or (or “OR”) — an airplane travels and that sort of thing. They traveled through different plains, very obviously.
Q: Yeah, there’s a lot of interesting parallels between the paranormal and movies. I also am reminded of “The Wizard of Oz” and Glinda the Good’s bubble is very much like those translucent orbs seen near the crop circles. But, anyway, my proof of time travel concerns — I was doing some interviews in this very haunted house in Oklahoma where the family had aliens living with them and other spirit manifestations. I interviewed a young woman named Twyla who basically um — (“TOL[D” “ME”) she was a very — she was a rural young lady and not very wise in the ways of the world, I might say. She basically told an event that had happened in this very haunted house. In fact, I have it on tape. If you like, I can play it for you. It’s less than a minute.
M: Alright, we’ll try it. As long as —
M: — the audio’s okay.
Q: Okay, let me try it. Hold on.
M: We can’t — we’re not allowed to do that. I’m sorry.
Q: You’re not allowed? Okay, well people can read it at my website actually. Can I give that address?
M: Um (or “UM”) no — no(t) — can’t do that either. We — well, see, because we don’t know and I’m sorry —
Q: There was someone earlier who gave their address.
M: It wasn’t their own — it was not their own address. We cannot have people —
Q: This is my website.
M: I understand but we can’t really do that.
Q: You did it before. I mean —
M: We didn’t —
(TRANSCRIBER’S NOTE: I SAID THAT I’VE GIVEN OUT THE ADDRESS FOR MY WEBSITE AT TESTAMENT.ORG BEFORE ON THE SHOW BUT THIS COMMENT WAS NOT HEARD ON THE BROADCAST.)
M: I was told we cannot do it. That’s the answer that I was given. And the other website was not the person who called’s website. It was a different website entirely but we — because if we got into that, if we did it for one person, think of what the magnitude of the program would be — everybody calling to give out their websites. And we’re not here to serve individual websites other than when they serve a purpose for the program. In the call earlier, again, it was for the program and it was not for any individual. Okay we go to the west of the Rockies line. You’re on “Coast to Coast AM.” Hello there . . .