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".
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 then became syndicated across the USA and Canada in the 1990s, eventually through Chancellor Media in the mid-90's before becoming a part of Premiere Radio Networks and Clear Channel Communications in 2001. She described him as a "longtime resident" of the area and said an autopsy to confirm the cause of death would be performed later this week. He left the show in 2002.
Bell didn't make many media appearances outside of his talk show, but one Larry King on CNN appearance from 1999 has been preserved on YouTube.
Bell first got his start in the radio business when he was 13 years old.
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The Nye County Sheriff's office Bell died in his Pahrump home yesterday.
The present tweeted a remark from its present host, George Noory, who described Bell as "a legend - a radio icon who went in opposition to the grain and developed an incredible present referred to as 'Coast to Coast AM.' His influence on my life is past phrases".
Bell also had a show on SiriusXM in 2013 but that only lasted 6 weeks. He announced what would be his final retirement on December 11, 2015, citing security concerns at his home. He broadcast the show from his radio station, KNYE, in Pahrump.