I'm pretty sure you have to pay to listen at the the Coast to Coast site. Your local AM radio stations may stream on the internet and thats free.
Here is a cool thing that was fairly local at the time. A semi monthly magazine that has really gotten some legs. Its branching out and a brilliant concept. A guy introduced me to this a few years back. Weird NJ. Effed up eerie ghost stories, weird natural formations local lore, abandoned things in the woods... and most of it is written by by its readers... Cool stuff, W E I R D N J W E I R D U S D O T C O M
stylie, you realize those guys have a show on the history channel, right?
No waaay! I told you it got legs!!! Seriously, I had no idea.
Yeah, its not a bad show, does do some interesting things. I donno if they're doing another season, I think they did 2 or so.
I'm listening to a re-run right now and Art is talking to a guy that I have bought stuff from! Bob Lazar apparently was part of a black project to reverse engineer captured alien spaceships. Now he sells science crap online. If only I knew this before hand!
For all your mad-scientisting needs, no questions asked!
Spence the G, while I'm thinking about it, the Coast to Coast show isn't a pay-for program - you can pick it up free in almost any US radio market, usually on AM. It runs live 7 nights a week 1:00 a.m.- 5:00 a.m. Eastern. You can also listen to both live and past shows by paying a fee at the web site. Seems like it's something like $25 for 6 months. For long-haul truckers, late-shift workers and insomniacs it's a great deal.
Hell, even if you can't pick up in your neighborhood, since it onlys runs at night you can just find an AM station a few hundred miles away and try to get lucky.
Bob Lazar is something of a Enigma.
Bob Lazar is something of a nut.