By Tim Binnall
Skinwalker Ranch, health tips for quarantining, and past life regression were among the fascinating and enlightening realms explored this past week on Coast to Coast AM. And, here at the C2C website, we told you about 'ghosts' enforcing coronavirus lockdowns, the disappearance of an iconic waterfall in Ecuador, and a man arrested while trying to teach his dog to drive. Check out our round-up of highlights from the past week ... In Coast You Missed It.
The notorious Skinwalker Ranch took center stage on Sunday night's program as George Knapp welcomed Brandon Fugal, who is the new owner of the infamous paranormal hotspot. The real estate mogul detailed how and why he wound up purchasing the site from Robert Bigelow and discussed his future plans for the location. Musician Robbie Williams and filmmaker Jeremy Corbell appeared later in the evening and recalled their visit to Skinwalker Ranch and some of the strangeness that they experienced there.
The breathtaking beauty and profound power of Mother Nature were on display this past week when it was announced that a whopping seven new peacock spider species had been discovered and, among them, was one particular arachnid which bears an uncanny resemblance to Van Gogh's Starry Night painting. On the other end of the spectrum, Ecuador's tallest waterfall disappeared when a sinkhole diverted the river feeding into it, effectively erasing the picturesque site from the planet forever.
Coast to Coast AM's coverage of the coronavirus continued this past week with several episodes looking at various angles of the pandemic. First, on Saturday night's program, animal welfare expert Wayne Pacelle and science reporter Bryan Walsh shared their perspectives on the crisis. Wednesday night's show featured Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai provided his analysis of the coronavirus and, on Thursday night's program, herbalist Sara Chana offered health tips for people living under quarantine.
One weird trend which has emerged in the wake of lockdowns being instituted to combat the coronavirus is that some communities have turned to the supernatural to help enforce quarantines. This occurred in Malaysia where a man donned a spooky costume in an attempt to frighten rebellious teens into staying in their 湖北福彩快3s. Meanwhile, in India, a village on lockdown tasked two residents to dress as spirits known as 'pocongs' and stand guard over the town.
Could our emotional baggage and phobias be traced back to traumas from past lives manifesting themselves in our current incarnation? Regression specialist Steve Burgess explored this intriguing question on Monday night's program. He recounted working with clients and 'taking them back' to resolve incidents from their previous lives which had been haunting them to this day. Burgess also talked about how people can reincarnate into all manner of living things, including aliens.
By far the most bizarre story of the week unfolded in Washington State where a man led police on a high-speed chase down the highway and offered a jaw-dropping explanation for his actions when he was finally caught. As officers approached the vehicle, they were understandably surprised to see a dog sitting in the driver's seat. It was then that the man, located on the passenger's side of the car, told the cops that he had been trying to teach his pet pit bull to drive!
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