George Knapp's 1st Show As Host Of C2C

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George Knapp's 1st Show As Host Of C2C

Postby Riddick » 04-07-2017 12:37 AM

April 1 2006: Filling in for Art Bell, Las Vegas TV investigative reporter GEORGE KNAPP was joined by Gene Huff and Bob Lazar for a discussion about the famed Area 51, which George has been investigating and reporting on for many years. Lazar also talked about his hydrogen fuel system for cars and a government raid on his property.



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Re: George Knapp's 1st Show As Host Of C2C

Postby kbot » 04-08-2017 07:37 AM

I wish GK would do a lot more Coast appearances..........
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Big George vs Baby George

Postby Riddick » 04-08-2017 11:48 PM

kbot wrote:I wish GK would do a lot more Coast appearances..........
If only the adult was the regular host instead of the infant eh?

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Re: George Knapp's 1st Show As Host Of C2C

Postby Malaria_Kidd II » 04-09-2017 05:20 AM

8) Thank you Riddick for the whole show as a first time Coast host for George Knapp :!:

I'm tuned into a whopper! Bob Lazar just mentioned viewing, inside an Area 51 hanger, nine UFO's parked inside! He was supposed to study their propulsion systems :!: :shock: It's too bad he did not describe them one by one or talk about what he saw inside them. :oops:

I've seen 'em fly over my head day and night but how they fly is always the question. :mrgreen:

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