Pahrump-Based Paranormal Radio Show Host Art Bell Dead at 72


The paper says he was found dead at his home in Pahrump, Nevada according to the Nye County Sheriff's Office.

The longtime UFO conspiracy theorist and radio host was known for his paranormal-themed radio program Coast to Coast that aired on 500 North American broadcasts in the early 1990s.

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Bell last hosted an edition of Coast to Coast AM in 2010.

The series tweeted a comment from its existing host, George Noory, who described Bell as "a legend - a radio icon who travelled against the grain and acquired an wonderful series called 'Coast to Coast AM.' His effects in my life will be beyond words".

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In later years, BELL retired and returned several times under varying circumstances, first due to a threat to his family in 1998, then in 2000, related to the kidnapping of his son, and in 2007 to spend more time with his family. "He might be missed, however I do know he's now on one other journey". Coast to Coast AM then became syndicated across the USA and Canada in the 1990s, eventually through Chancellor Media in the mid-90's before becoming a part of Premiere Radio Networks and Clear Channel Communications in 2001.

Bell air "coast-to-coast" out of his radio channel, KNYE, in Pahrump.

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Throughout Bell's Nationwide Radio Corridor of Fame induction in 2008, his former enterprise accomplice, Alan Corbeth, mentioned nobody was higher than Bell at understanding "how you can create theater of the thoughts".