Radio disc jockey Arthur William Bell passed away at his home in Pahrump, Nevada on Friday the 13th.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that longtime radio host Art Bell has died at the age of 72.
Bell last hosted an edition of Coast to Coast AM in 2010.
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In line with an obituary shared by this system, the present grew to become syndicated throughout the nation in 1993 and drew in listeners with its wee-hours chatter about conspiracy theories and aliens, shadow individuals and spectral power.
The obituary said that as Bell "starts his journey onto the 'Additional Side, ' we all simply take solace in the expectation he is now finding out all of the replies to the mysteries he pursued for so many nights together with the us".
The current host of the show, George Noory, said in a statement: "Art was a legend - a radio icon who went against the grain and developed an unbelievable show".
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Even after relinquishing his title as host within the early 2000s, Bell returned to the airwaves at times, and he additionally began a present for satellite tv for pc radio, the obituary mentioned. He will be missed, but that I know he is now on another trip.
Bell ruled the late night airwaves during the 1990's with a syndicated show carried by 500 stations featuring wide ranging discussions about weird conspiracy theories, involving everything from Bigfoot to the paranormal. He broadcast the show from Pahrump's KNYE 95.1 FM, a station he founded.
It wasn't until 2006 is when the Vietnam veteran was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 2006 and the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2008.
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