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He and his family were subject to repeated intrusions on his property in Pahrump. Air Force as a medic during the Vietnam War and in his free time operated a pirate radio station at Amarillo Air Force Base.
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He started a new nightly show, Art Bell's Dark Matter, on Sirius XM Radio that began on September 16, 2013 He returned to radio on July 20, 2015 with a new show, Midnight in the Desert, available online, via Tune In, and on some terrestrial radio stations.
He retired yet again on December 11, 2015, citing security concerns at his home.
He added that unlike his previous "retirements," this one was permanent, while leaving open the option to return.
Classic Bell-hosted episodes of Coast to Coast AM can be heard in some markets on Saturday nights under the name Somewhere in Time.
During his tenure at KDWN Bell met and married his third wife, Ramona, who later handled production and management duties for the program.
According to The Washington Post in its February 23, 1997 edition, Bell was at the time America's highest-rated late-night radio talk show host, broadcast on 328 stations.
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Bell founded and was the original owner of Pahrump, Nevada-based radio station KNYE 95.1 FM. died in 2000, and Jane Bell died December 23, 2008. After leaving military service he stayed in Asia, living on the Japanese island of Okinawa where he worked as a disc jockey for KSBK, the only non-military English-language station in Japan.
His broadcast studio and transmitter were located near his home in Pahrump while he hosted Coast to Coast AM except from June to December 2006, when he lived in the Philippines. Bell has always been interested in radio, and at the age of 13 became a licensed amateur radio operator. While there, he set a Guinness World Record by staying on the air for 116 hours and 15 minutes.
For several years he worked behind and in front of the microphone.