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The Art Bell Tattoo

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The Art Bell Tattoo

Hello there, Mr. Bell! I just wanted to email you and tell you how much appreciate your work and the influence you've had on my life. Ever since I was a little boy I have been fascinated with the paranormal. It never frightened me to read the countless stories and articles about ufo encounters, cryptic sightings, and conspiracy theories. Your shows Dreamland and Coast to Coast Am gave me venues to learn and listen about topics I could only read about. I got this tattoo as a tribute to you. Please, don't stop broadcasting and giving people a place that...

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Alien Pumpkin Carving

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Alien Pumpkin Carving

Just carved this tonight and though Art would appreciate it :) Michelle

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Spider Attack! Art's OK

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Spider Attack! Art's OK

Photos and comments via Art's Facebook page: Art: It's been a rough Week, Saturday this Spider dropped on the back of my neck and bit me in three places before I squished him. Fire Dept came and looked at me. Still here. Art: Fire Dept medics were not sure, they wanted to take me to the Hospital but I told them I would rather Die at home. He was pretty big because my hand was covered in spider juice after I swatted my neck. Art: I have three little holes in the back of my neck, strange but I feel...

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KUDE Chupacabra king returns

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KUDE Chupacabra king returns

In the photo you see a 27-year-old Art Bell in 1972. He was interviewing Maureen McCormick, the then 16-year-old actress who played Marcia Brady in the Brady Bunch. Bell was a DJ at Oceanside’s Top 40 station KUDE AM 1320, and McCormick was dropping by to chat up her appearance at JC Penney’s in Carlsbad. She was promoting her new record, which never went anywhere. According to Bob Hudson, who worked at KUDE as a DJ and newsman at the time (and who took the photos), this was the last full-time DJ gig for Bell before he launched a hugely...

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