where's Bill Cooper?

where's Bill Cooper?

Post by Thomas E Labec » Mon, 24 Feb 1997 04:00:00

I used to listen to him on WWCR, and remember him threatening to leave if
he didn't get a better timeslot. What happened? Is he broadcasting
elsewhere? He was pretty entertaining, to say the least...

                                                -Tom.

 
 
 

where's Bill Cooper?

Post by Coc » Mon, 24 Feb 1997 04:00:00


Bill is on 9955mhz. WHRI from 5pm to 7pm weekdays but the radio signal is
very weak.

 
 
 

where's Bill Cooper?

Post by Timothy Hall » Mon, 24 Feb 1997 04:00:00


> Bill is on 9955mhz. WHRI from 5pm to 7pm weekdays but the radio signal is
> very weak.

It is on WRMI and it is getting jammed by cuba

Timothy Haller

He thrusts his fists against the post and still insists he sees the
ghosts-Stephen King, IT,1988

 
 
 

where's Bill Cooper?

Post by Brian Johns » Fri, 28 Feb 1997 04:00:00

I'd also like to know where Bill Cooper and The Hour of The Time broaddast went.  The program was sort of radical but I liked it.  Say, wasn't that introduction at the beginning something else.  That's the one with the air raid sirens, the dogs barking, the troops marching and whatever else was in there.  I taped that intro and used it as a***on my phone answering machine once.  It got some pretty radical comments.  Happy Monitoring...Brian.

 
 
 

where's Bill Cooper?

Post by Jim Shaffer, Jr » Fri, 28 Feb 1997 04:00:00

They say he's on WRMI, 9955 kHz, from 5 to 7 PM EST, but I haven't confirmed it
because my WRMI reception has been almost non-existent for a long time.

He also has a web page.  It's www.telepath.com/believer, if I remember
correctly.

--
"I don't want the world -- I just want your half."
        --T.M.B.G.

 
 
 

where's Bill Cooper?

Post by Doug Rouss » Fri, 28 Feb 1997 04:00:00


: They say he's on WRMI, 9955 kHz, from 5 to 7 PM EST, but I haven't confirmed it
: because my WRMI reception has been almost non-existent for a long time.

Yes, that the right freq. and time.  I have difficulties pulling in WRMI,
too, but occasionally it is listenable.