Bell's buffs may pause to mull the importance of the getting passed the 13th, of all days.
For more than two decades, Bell, who died Friday in Nevada at 72, stayed up all night talking to those people on the radio, patiently encouraging them to tell their stories about alien abductions, crop circles, anthrax scares and, as he put it, all things "seen at the edge of vision".
According to Nye County, Nevada Sheriff Sharon Wehrly, Bell was found dead Friday in his home in Pahrump, Nevada.
Longtime radio host Art Bell dead at age 72.
The official cause of death for Art Bell hasn't been released.
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Bell did shows about conspiracies, UFO's and other odd and paranormal subjects.
The obituary said that as Bell "starts his journey onto the 'Additional Side, ' we all simply take solace in the expectation he is now finding out all of the replies to the mysteries he pursued for so many nights together with the us".
Even after relinquishing his title as host within the early 2000s, Bell returned to the airwaves at times, and he additionally began a present for satellite tv for pc radio, the obituary mentioned.
Coast to Coast AM is aired on over 300 radio stations in the US and Canada. "He might be missed, however I do know he's now on one other journey". Bell was the original owner of Pahrump radio station KNYE.
Former business partner Alan Corbeth said during Bell's 2008 induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame that nobody was better than Bell at understanding "how to create theater of the mind".