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Art Bell (1945 - 2018), paranormal-themed radio show host
15 April 2018, 03:53 | Myron Mathis
Longtime radio host Art Bell dead at age 72
Radio host Art Bell famous for his series "coast-to-coast AM" and its own "xfiles"-flavored concentrate around the paranormal, expired Friday (his enthusiasts will note that was Friday the 13th) at time of 72, Nevada police confirmed Saturday".
The Nye County Sheriff's office Bell died in his Pahrump home yesterday.
The present tweeted a remark from its present host, George Noory, who described Bell as "a legend - a radio icon who went in opposition to the grain and developed an incredible present referred to as 'Coast to Coast AM.' His influence on my life is past phrases".
An autopsy is scheduled in coming days to determine the cause of death.
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 would famously start out his broadcasts, "From the kingdom of Nye", an ode to Nye County, where Pahrump is located.
Bell was the founder and original owner for Pahrump station KNYE.
Fans, including celebrities like William Shatner and singer Josh Groban, took to Twitter to praise Mr. Bell.
Coast to Coast AM is aired on over 300 radio stations in the US and Canada.
He retired more than one time and had a brief run on SiriusXM satellite radio in 2013.
Throughout Bell's Nationwide Radio Corridor of Fame induction in 2008, his former enterprise accomplice, Alan Corbeth, mentioned nobody was higher than Bell at understanding "how you can create theater of the thoughts".