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by Vanessa Cortez, staff writer.  [October 22, 2001]




[]  Art Bell, whose nightly radio show investigates conspiracies, UFOs, ghost-sightings, and the bizarre, aims to heal Rush Limbaugh's hearing loss by rallying listeners to send Rush their combined psychic healing energy rays!

And evidence from Princeton University indicates that it will work!

That was the startling fact uncovered by a crack team of Weekly Universe investigative journalists monitoring Bell's radio show on the dark night of October 18, 2001.

On that night, Bell called upon listeners to concentrate on healing fellow radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh's recently announced hearing loss.

And so as to measure the vast powers of his psychic listener army, Bell ordered a second psychic energy ray beamed into Princeton University, where internationally-renowned scientists working with Bell monitored the incoming psychic energy rays.

Shockingly! -- the Princeton University computer lab computers recorded a sharp spike in the high-tech graphs monitoring Bell listeners' combined psychic energy rays!

This is not the first time Art Bell has unleashed the vastly huge powers of his psychic listener army.  Years ago, Bell rallied his listeners to use their combined psychic energy rays to send a deadly incoming hurricane back out to sea -- with amazing results!

Although the mysterious Bell champions the forces of good, he warns that anyone can use deadly psychic energy rays -- for good or evil!

Even Osama Bin Ladin can use them!

Startling Facts From The Universe:

Rush Limbaugh broadcasts from WABC in New York.  While still an obscure talker in the 1980s, Rush declared fellow WABC host Bob Grant his "mentor."

Grant was fired in 1996 when Jesse Jackson protested to Disney (WABC's owner) about Grant's remarks on Commerce Secretary Ron Brown's controversial death in a plane crash. 

Bob Grant now broadcasts from WOR.

Vanessa Cortez is a Los Angeles based tabloid reporter who has investigated the occult underbelly of the entertainment industry.  Read more of her journalism in Hollywood Witches.

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