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  1. What was the timeline? Was he late to school? Have most of these shootings happened after classes have begun? We need to screen everyone entering and start locking things down.
  2. Radio host Art Bell, whose nationally syndicated paranormal, supernatural and conspiracy themed show Coast to Coast AM kept many awake at night – for good reasons and bad – died at his Pahrump, Nevada home on Friday the 13th. Bell was 72. Related Little Nostalgia For Radio Days As Creditors Tune Out iHeartMedia Debt Pitch During its peak in the 1990s, Bell’s show was broadcast on approximately 500 North American radio stations, airing from his isolated hometown of Pahrump on KNYE 95.1 FM, a station he founded. According to the Coast to Coast AM website, Bell became an FCC-licensed radio technician at age 13 and once set a Guinness World Record for broadcasting solo for 116 straight hours while working as a DJ at KSBK in Okinawa, Japan. Bell retired several times in his career, which included a short-lived show on SiriusXM satellite radio in 2013. His leaves always sparked rumors as to the “true cause” of his departures among the conspiracy minded. Still, he could never stay away for long, as he told the Pahrump Valley Times in a 2013 interview. “It’s my life, and that’s all I have ever done,” he said. “I went through a lot of family problems, so that interrupted things, and I was overseas four years, and that certainly interrupted things. I went back into radio because I love it.” That love was returned by his peers. Bell was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 2006 and the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2008. Bell was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina, on June 17, 1945. He served in the the US Air Force as a medic during the Vietnam War. No theory was too outlandish for the Coast To Coast AM show that Bell produced, running the gamut from UFOs to reports of strange creatures and stranger organizations. The all-night broadcast kept many a traveler company in the wee, small hours. Bell produced and ran the technical board for the show and had a strong bond with his listeners. Part of his appeal was his nationwide reach. He joined the 50,000 watt clear channel KDWN in Las Vegas, reaching 13 western states. He later segued to Chancellor Broadcasting Company, and then transitioned to the Premiere Radio Networks. Coast To Coast AM continued after Bell’s final retirement from it in 2010, with George Noory and George Knapp splitting hosting duties. Bell returned to radio in 2015 with a new show called Midnight in the Desert, available online and on a few stations. He announced what would be his final retirement on Dec. 11, 2015, citing unspecified security concerns at his home, a statement which fueled massive speculation among his followers. Bell made several appearances in films and television, essentially playing himself. He was in the tv series Dark Skies (2007) and many documentaries, providing commentary on aliens, the Illuminati, and UFOs, among other topics. There was no information immediately available on survivors or any memorial plans.
  3. A woman says she got the best revenge on her cheating ex by shaming him in a funny tweet on what would’ve been their three-year wedding anniversary. Andrea Osborn, 23, took to social media to publicly point out how much better off she is without her former husband, Rob Osborn. “Instead of celebrating our wedding anniversary, i’m celebrating dropping 285 pounds of dead weight,” she wrote in a tweet that has since gone viral. Twitter Ads info and privacy Andrea and Rob got married when they were both young and went through a lot when they were together. When Andrea found out Rob had cheated on her, the pair separated for a year before deciding to give their marriage another go. But the couple grew apart and ended up splitting for good, Yahoo Lifestyle reports. “When I found out he had cheated on me, I was completely devastated. I honestly didn’t suspect a thing. He finally opened up and told the truth a few months after it happened,” Andrea told Yahoo. “We both just fell out of love. We knew it wasn’t meant to be. It was difficult to go through,” she said of the couple’s breakup. Rob wasn’t too happy with Andrea’s tweet, which had been retweeted over 1,000 times and had over 11,000 likes as of Friday afternoon. He asked her to delete it, but instead, she retweeted her original post, which became even more popular, receiving over 20,000 retweets and 100,000 likes. Twitter Ads info and privacy “Rob was upset that I would do that. I really didn’t care that he was upset. He had lied to me. He has put me through a lot so I thought it was only fair,” she told Yahoo. “In a sense I wanted to show that I’m happy without him and help others who are also going through a breakup or divorce.” Andrea has received a lot of support from others over the tweet and her decision to end her relationship. Others going through the same thing shared their own stories. “I've literally looked at this like a million times cause it just really makes me smile for you. You have come so far and it shows. I am so happy that you are happy,” one person wrote. Twitter Ads info and privacy FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS “Me too sis! After 5 years I Thought I’d be getting engaged this year, but instead I’m loving myself more than I ever have,” another person wrote. Twitter Ads info and privacy Rob says he’s rooting for Andrea and where she is in her life, but he’s still working on himself. “I constantly find ways to make myself a better man than what I was, [and] I can only hope the absolute best for Andrea and myself as we go down new roads in our future,” he told Yahoo.
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