This past week on C2C and at the Coast website, we explored a vast array of unusual topics, including unidentified submerged objects and astronaut UFO encounters, as well as frightening realms ranging from haunted locations to catastrophic tax nightmares. Take a look back at the past week of offerings from C2C, where it's always Friday the 13th.
To that end, fans of spooky stories will want to check out this past Monday's program, when paranormal researcher Logan Corelli shared some truly chilling accounts from his 17 years of investigating haunted locations, including one incident where he was attacked by a ghost!
But perhaps the most unsettling aspect of his work, Corelli revealed, is that spirits seemed to attach themselves to him on a number of occasions, leading him to muse that at one point his house was "almost as haunted as the places I was investigating."
Meanwhile, an odd piece of news that captured the attention of the country this week centered around claims that the accounts of UFO encounters by American astronauts had been verified by lie detector tests.
The outrageous assertion managed to make headlines around the world probably both because of its fantastic nature and the fact that famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin was unwittingly connected to the purported polygraph.
Although the second man to walk on the moon has yet to respond to the story, we're guessing that he's not too thrilled about seeing his name in the news over the last few days.
You can dig into our complete wrap up of the past week from C2C over at the Coast to Coast AM website.