'Coast to Coast AM' Radio Host Art Bell Dies at 72

BREAKING: Former Coast to Coast AM Host Art Bell Dead at Age 72

BREAKING: Former Coast to Coast AM Host Art Bell Dead at Age 72

Radio host Art Bell famous for his series "coast-to-coast AM" and its own "xfiles"-flavored concentrate around the paranormal, expired Friday (his enthusiasts will note that was Friday the 13th) at time of 72, Nevada police confirmed Saturday".

Even after relinquishing his title as host within the early 2000s, Bell returned to the airwaves at times, and he additionally began a present for satellite tv for pc radio, the obituary mentioned. She said he died on Friday, and that an autopsy was scheduled for later this week to determine the cause of death. He left the show in 2002.

Long before fake news became a political topic, Bell made a good living encouraging Americans to accept the most fantastic and unlikely tales, to believe that we are not alone, to accept that in a world where the pace of life seemed to quicken with every passing year, there were forces from beyond that were trying to tell us something.

Bell expired at his Pahrump, Nev., dwelling, Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly announced in a Facebook place into the city.

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Bell didn't make many media appearances outside of his talk show, but one Larry King on CNN appearance from 1999 has been preserved on YouTube.

His "Coast to Coast" show ran from 1989 to 2003, when he was replaced by current host George Noory.

Bell did shows about conspiracies, UFO's and other unusual and paranormal subjects.

Bell also had a show on SiriusXM in 2013 but that only lasted 6 weeks.

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Bell retired in 2015 citing safety concerns for his family.

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

In 1986 KDWN in Las Vegas offered Bell a five-hour time slot in the middle of the night.

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