According to Nye County, Nevada Sheriff Sharon Wehrly, Bell was found dead Friday in his home in Pahrump, Nevada.
Bell hosted "Coast to Coast AM", heard on WGNS and hundreds of stations across the country.
The originator, and former host of Coast to Coast AM, Art Bell died on Friday (April 13, 2018) at age 72.
Bell permanently left the weekday edition of Coast to Coast AM in 2002 and George Noory took over the weekday hosting duties for Coast to Coast AM on January 1, 2003.
An autopsy is scheduled for next week to determine the cause of death, Sharon Wehrly, Nye County Sheriff said.
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Bell air "coast-to-coast" out of his radio channel, KNYE, in Pahrump.
He served as his own producer, engineer, and host, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
It wasn't until 2006 is when the Vietnam veteran was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 2006 and the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2008. More recently he was involved in the creation and production of the overnight talk show Midnight in the Desert on the Dark Matter Digital Network.
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. He later enlisted in the US Air Force while also starting his own pirate radio station.