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Readers react to John B Wells termination from Coast to Coast AM

From HORROR REPORT readers:

One message:
Well if Noory wants to talk about the unusual and paranormal maybe he should talk about his Toupee :) :) That definitely is unusual and paranormal. I'm done with C2C, I dislike Noory and I am sick of him monopolizing the show. The only reason I listened to C2C was b/c of John B Wells....goodbye to C2C and hello to Caravan to Midnight.
From another:
George Noory is terrible. You cannot hear what he says at the end of his sentences as he tails off. Now that Wells is gone, there is only Knapp as a crumb of comfort. Good luck John B and shame on Premiere and Snoory 
And finally:
Many of us are fed up with George Noory, his constant egotistical politically correct posturing and apparent IQ of a carrot. Let's hope John B Wells is on every night because he will take a good market share from informed C2C listeners tired of a host who never pays attention to his guests and is dumb as a post. 

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