Thank you, Coast to Coast AM!

Tonight’s radio show was so much fun, I want to thank everyone involved.

George Noory was a gracious host, and his extensive background in paranormal topics made the two hours practically fly. (I’m glad I had a chance to vote for him at the National Radio Hall of Fame, shortly before polling closed tonight.)

Thanks also to the many listeners who called into the show with fascinating questions and insights. (Also, I’m grateful to those who were in the audience, nodding in agreement and contributing such positive energy to the evening. Everything about the show really felt right.)

Of course, the show ran smoothly from start to finish, due to the high level of professionalism of the Coast to Coast AM staff, including Lisa, Stephanie, and Tom. I appreciate how easy they made… well, everything connected with the show.

If there’s such a thing as a perfect radio show for people in my research field, I think Coast to Coast AM is it.

I’m still smiling, and glad I had a chance to be on such a respected radio show. It was a wonderful experience.

Thanks so very much!

(Coast to Coast AM subscribers can hear the replay almost immediately. In addition, Coast to Coast AM shows are available at YouTube, about three weeks after they initially aired.)

Author: Fiona Broome

Fiona Broome is an author, researcher, and media consultant specializing in paranormal phenomena.

10 thoughts on “Thank you, Coast to Coast AM!”

  1. I’m glad it was a good experience. The replays are paywalled on the C2C site, so I’ll have to wait a couple months to hear it once it makes it to the youtube channel. But I’m looking forward to it. 🙂
    I’m a little sad cos I just finished reading your fairy site, but I still have this one and your ghosts and mandela sites to read. 🙂

    1. Thanks, K’Sennia!

      I’m not surprised that the most recent replays are paywalled. Honestly, the peek I had at how efficiently & professionally the show is run… I know that takes a lot of bright, skilled people, and it probably involves expenses I can barely imagine.

      It’d be imperative to structure everything so they can afford the resources that support the volume (and quality) of rich, wonderful content they’re delivering to their audience.

      Honestly, there wasn’t anything in my experience that seemed less than perfect, from their initial contact, to how the show & call-in were managed. Everything was absolutely flawless, and they made it look easy. (And, from my past experiences with many other radio shows, I know that hardly anything in that field is “easy.” Lots of moving parts. Lots of coordinating to keep it running smoothly, especially since they have to anticipate “uh-oh” moments as the show is live.)

      I’m glad you mentioned the YouTube replays. I’ll keep an eye on them, to let my readers know when my interview is available there.

      Thanks again! As always, I value your comments and insights, and our friendship.

      Cheerfully,
      Fiona

  2. So glad you got on Coast to Coast. You & I are of the same “tribe”…..what you call markers I call “The Slip & Blur”
    I question anything that I become aware of, & I become aware of everything.

    1. Dharma, thanks for your kind comment. Also, I love how you’ve phrased that – the “slip & blur” concept is a brilliant way to describe it. I’m going to keep that in mind.

      Thanks again!

      Cheerfully, Fiona

    1. Hi, Paul! In my notes, I’ve written that it’s the new show, Season 2, Episode 28, “Lost & Found.”

      I’m still catching up on emails (and work, in general) after George’s show. It was a wonderful experience!

    1. Well, if you don’t mind hearing what I sound like at 3 AM – 5 AM, with just one hour’s sleep in the previous 24 hours… this show will be on YouTube in about two to three weeks, at the Coast to Coast AM channel. LOL

      Seriously, I think I managed not to babble too much. A few things should have been said differently, but – all in all – given the pressure of being on such an iconic radio show, plus the lack of sleep, I think it went pretty well.

  3. I still haven’t been able to find you on Youtube. The first 40 minutes from the climate change portion are up, but that’s all I’ve been able to find. From what I’ve observed of their YT channel. I think they just post up snippets as lead magnets to get people to purchase the full shows. And they know peeps are more likely to pay for your half than the boring climate change guy’s. *teehee*

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