Art Bell (1945 - 2018), paranormal-themed radio show host


Radio host Arthur "Art" Bell died in his Nevada home on Friday, authorities said.

Bell died at his Pahrump, Nev., house, Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly introduced in a Fb put up to the group. She claimed an autopsy will be carried out this past week and described him as a & ldquo resident & rdquo; of the location.

Longtime radio host Art Bell dead at age 72.

In line with an obituary shared by this system, the present grew to become syndicated throughout the nation in 1993 and drew in listeners with its wee-hours chatter about conspiracy theories and aliens, shadow individuals and spectral power. More recently he was involved in the creation and production of the overnight talk show Midnight in the Desert on the Dark Matter Digital Network.

He launched a series for satellite-radio, also after relinquishing his title Bell returned into the airwaves afterward and today, the obituary mentioned.

Bell hosted "Coast to Coast AM", heard on WGNS and hundreds of stations across the country.

Bell permanently left the weekday edition of Coast to Coast AM in 2002 and George Noory took over the weekday hosting duties for Coast to Coast AM on January 1, 2003. He will be missed, but that I know he is now on another trip.

Former business partner Alan Corbeth said during Bell's 2008 induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame that nobody was better than Bell at understanding "how to create theater of the mind".