17 Burst results for "Old Thorn Hill"

"old thornhill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Greasy spoon Just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast Am the best in late night radio. I'm Richard, Sara. And tonight this morning, I'm coming to you live from my little studio beneath the stairs. An old Thornhill, Ontario, just north of Toronto Sci fi. An author, Arthur C. Clarke said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Scientists often describe the relationship between magic and science, as opposed to each other. Magicians, break the laws of physics and change the world in ways ordinary people cannot The closest we can come in our everyday life to supernatural magic is thie. Theoretical or theatrical. Rather, the theatrical magic or conjuring magicians are actors who play the role of a supernatural magician. Magicians use science to create the illusion of magic. But that's magic spelled M A G I C magic with a C at the end. Then there's magic spelled with a K. Now, adding the letter K to the end of Magic is not some mere affectation for serious practitioners. It's away to discriminate between the entertainment known for pulling rabbits out of hats. That's magic with a C From techniques for harnessing internal and external energies that will help us change ourselves and our environment. That's.

Arthur C. Clarke Thornhill Richard Ontario
"old thornhill" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Get to I 75 54th Avenue North and Saint Pete shut down between 49th Street and 34th Street with railroad roadwork. Steve Foster NewsRadio W F L. A Partly to mostly cloudy skies warm and humid. This evening temperatures in the upper eighties alot of 80 degrees were still in this westerly flow pattern will carry that through the weekend. Possibility of a morning shower. Overall rain chance 40% throughout the day. A high of 94 Sunday same story slightly less in the way of rain chances. 30% Chance lo of 79 high of 91 30% chances. Well for Monday 92 for the voters will look for a west Wind at 10 to 15. Nazis. 2 to 3. A moderate chop on Bay Waters. I'm news Channel eight chief meteorologist Steve Jer VI. News radio fella now streaming on your Amazon echo and over 2000 devices by the I Heart radio ad. Thanks for inviting me into your home Long haul truck, RV camper Taxi, your parents well appointed rec room with the simulated wood paneling, electric fireplace. And the painting of dogs playing poker. Your loft that greasy spoon Just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast Am the best in late night radio. I'm Richard Sarit, sitting in for George Nori. And tonight this morning. I'm coming to you live from my little studio beneath the stairs in old Thornhill, just north of Toronto. And we are expecting a thunderstorm.

Steve Jer VI Steve Foster chief meteorologist Saint Pete Richard Sarit George Nori Bay Waters west Wind Thornhill Amazon Toronto
"old thornhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory, Anna Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the Sarah household, and it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. They here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallet stopped there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor run inside. I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the co pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be. There is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

Anna Richard Serra George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory, Anna Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Each into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card and my wall. It's not there. They here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. Here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wall it's not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM..

Anna George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and a library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked a few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. They here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me it was causing me some discomfort as I sat in the car. And here's they after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallets not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door, and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be now there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM..

Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To talk to Richard Sarid? Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Richard from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory, Anna Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the less detail. The wallet out of my pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallet stop there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the cupholder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic. And I check the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the copepod to the library and look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM..

Richard Serra Anna Richard Sarid Richard George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory on a Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card. And my wallet is not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's they after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wall it's not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat and the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door, and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be now there is no way. I missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory on a Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library, a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reached. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. And here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's they after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wall out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wall it's not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat and the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic. And I check the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I checked my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

George Noory Richard Serra Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on WTVN

"Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallets not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor run inside. I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM..

Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory on a Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just. A suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. Now, here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the. Wallet out of my pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallets not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic. And I check the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast. Am delighted to be sitting in for George Noory on a Friday night into Saturday morning? And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library, very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and a library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reached. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card. And my wallet is not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. After nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years I've been driving give or take. I've never learned the lesson. Details the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wall it's not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred W O. A I. If.

George Noory Richard Serra Thornhill Toronto forty years twelve hundred W five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory, Anna Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted so park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet get my library card, and my is not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me it was causing me some discomfort as I sat in the car. And here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallet stop there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be. There is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me? If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

Anna Richard Serra George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KTRH

"Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory on a Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and a library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car and they after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallets not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the holder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat and the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside. I check my nightstand. Kitchen table, my office, I even go inside the co pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door, and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be now there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory on a Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing. Maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card. And my wallet's not there. And here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me it was causing me some discomfort as I sat in the car. They after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallets not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door, and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM..

George Noory Richard Serra Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KTOK

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory, Anna Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's they after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wall it's not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the holder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic. And I check the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be. There is no way. I could have missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM..

Anna Richard Serra George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card, and my wallet's not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's the after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wallet stop there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the holder the armrest between the seats the crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door, and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as could be now there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet. There. It was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them when we return on coast to coast AM. If.

George Noory Richard Serra Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes
"old thornhill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"old thornhill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Guest host Richard Serra. Hey, welcome back to coast to coast AM delighted to be sitting in for George Noory, Anna Friday night into Saturday morning. And if you haven't experienced open lines on coast to coast, you are in for a treat. There's really nothing like it anywhere. It's live. It's interactive. It's unpredictable. And it's all about you and your stories, and I'd like to offer up a conversation starter just a suggestion. But here's what happened to me recently. And I'm sure it's happened to I'm guessing maybe a lot of you. So we had this overdue library book in the household. And it was left to me to drive the five minutes to our village library. It's a very quaint very old library in old Thornhill village north of Toronto and the library is reportedly haunted. So I park on the street, and I walked the few steps into the the front door of the library. And we also had a book on hold. So I go up to the desk, and I reach. Into my back pocket for my wallet to get my library card. And my wallet is not there. Here's the thing. I know I had it in my back pocket because it was bothering me. It was causing me some discomfort is I sat in the car. And here's they after nearly forty years. I don't know about you forty years, I've been driving give or take I've never learned the lesson to take the wallet out of my back pocket and put it in. I don't know the glove box or the passenger seat. I just sit there like a fool and drive around with my wallet in my back pocket, and it causes. My feels like my hip is being dislocated. Anyway. So the wall it's not there. So I quickly go outside to the car. I checked the driver's seat. The passenger seat the Cup holder the armrest between the seats that crevice between the driver's seat in the door. It's not there. So now, I drive home in a bit of a panic, and I checked the driveway in the garage floor. I run inside I check my nightstand. The kitchen table my office, I even go inside the coat pockets in in the in the front hall closet. It's nowhere to be found. So then I figure okay, I better go back to the car drive back to the library. And I don't know look around on the sidewalk or something. So I opened the car door and there it is on the front seat as conspicuous as can be. Now, there is no way. I could have missed it. And yet there it was. I don't know. What do you think? It was that a ghost or some trickster spirit playing a joke on me. If you have stories of disappearing and reappearing objects. I'd love to hear them.

Anna Richard Serra George Noory Thornhill Toronto forty years five minutes