a radio program on all am radio stations (except air america radio stations whose audience is smart enough to not listen to that shit) at night. discusses pseudoscience, ghosts, aliens, bigfoot, UFOs, spirits, creationism and other bullshit.
Radio imaging voice: tonight, after rush limbaugh, sean hannity, micheal savage, matt drudge and bill o'reilly. true science discussion with coast to coast am!
by Phil the Pill September 07, 2006
A radio program originally started for discussing the supernatural and uncommon sciences by Artbell. Artbell quit and the program went through limbo with many different hosts until George Nooray started hosting it. Artbell now hosts on weekends.
George- Today we'll be talking with so and so about such and such for the first half of the show. Then we'll have open lines the rest of the night.
by Mitchio December 18, 2004
very interesting radio program
www.coasttocoastam.com
You should definitely check out this website www.coasttocoastam.com.

You should also listen to the program as often as you can.
by the_infinitesimal October 15, 2004
An early morning talk radio show that has interviews with people on the topic discussed that night including: paranormal and pseudoscientific subjects such as the occult, remote viewing, hauntings, shadow people, the Undead, psychic reading, metaphysics, conspiracy theories, UFOs, Area 51, crop circles, cryptozoology, Big foot, the Hollow Earth hypothesis, and science fiction literature, among others. September 11, 2001 attacks and current U.S. counter-terrorism strategy have also become frequent themes.

It is hosted by George Noory on weekdays and John B. Wells on Saturdays on certain days it is Ian Punnett and George Knapp.

Listen to it from 1AM-5AM on everyday.
Guy 1: "Did you listen to Coast to Coast AM?"

Guy 2: I did not unfortunately, because I fell asleep too early."
by personqwerty123456789 February 19, 2012

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