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For several years he worked behind and in front of the microphone.After a period of working in cable television, in 1986 the 50,000-watt KDWN in Las Vegas, Nevada offered Bell a five-hour time slot in the middle of the night.Some of Bell’s regular guests, particularly Hoagland, continue to be regular guests on Coast to Coast AM now hosted by George Noory.Bell's own interests, however, extend beyond the paranormal.The explanation given was that for him to use unscreened open phone lines while in the Philippines would require listeners to call there directly at enormous cost to them.Art admitted that he should have chosen New Zealand instead of the Philippines as an alternative to the USA.

During the early 1970s, Bell lived in Watsonville, California and worked for KIDD 630 AM in Monterey, California.Bell founded and was the original owner of Pahrump, Nevada-based radio station KNYE 95.1 FM. died in 2000, and Jane Bell died December 23, 2008. After leaving military service he stayed in Asia, living on the Japanese island of Okinawa where he worked as a disc jockey for KSBK, the only non-military English-language station in Japan.His broadcast studio and transmitter were located near his home in Pahrump while he hosted Coast to Coast AM except from June to December 2006, when he lived in the Philippines. Bell has always been interested in radio, and at the age of 13 became a licensed amateur radio operator. While there, he set a Guinness World Record by staying on the air for 116 hours and 15 minutes.He and his family returned to the Philippines in March 2009, after having significant difficulties obtaining a U. Bell now holds an Amateur Extra Class license, which is in the top U. The money raised there allowed Bell to charter a DC-8, fly to Vietnam, and rescue 130 Vietnamese orphans stranded in Saigon at the war's end.They were eventually brought to the United States and adopted by American families.