HOTT Podcast for 05/17/10 – Classic Cooper – The Lost Light #1

Please enjoy Part one of Milton William Cooper’s “Lost Light” series.


    • I’with you on this one . . . It’s a really cool smooth tune! Go to on the Cooper’s sites or perhaps a Doyle Shamlet site will tell you the Title and artist. BTW A group by the name of “Complex Simplicity” wrote the Cooper theme song “Behold a Messenger” played at the end of some of Cooper’s biography videos. It was also played for years as the CBS news exit tune to commercial, but without Cooper’s words. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy4EyBstOsA At the end is the tune “Behold a Messenger” With Coopers voice and words. I used to have the site where you could download it but can’t seem to find it.

      • What the hell? Is it too much to demand compensation for work done? Can’t people support their causes?

        Say folks – turn my frown upside down – how’s about everyone goes to this link and actually BUYS the album?

        Complex Simplicity – Zero Hour available here : http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/zero-hour/id271315912

        The man has worked hard writing and recording tunes, please support him if you like his music.


  1. What is the name of the patriotic sounding orchestral (french horn, trumpets etc.) song that Bill played before the opening siren theme of several of his broadcasts, including this one (The Lost Light #1). This song was also played before the intro of the broadcast “Fluoride & Open Phones” after Pooh says something and Annie says “You’re listening to 101.1 FM Eagar”.

    I have tried asking this question before only to have my post deleted. I would appreciate it if a HOTT staff member would answer this question, as I find it very hard to believe that Doyel would not know the name of a song Bill used repeatedly practically as his default “Freedom theme”, when he has access to all of Bill’s music.

    Also in the Lost Light series, is Bill reading from the book of the same name by Alvin Boyd?