Clyde Lewis

Radio Personality
Born Feb 22, 1964

Clyde Lewis is an American talk radio host and actor. He is the creator and host of Ground Zero, a talk radio show dealing with paranormal and parapolitical topics. Lewis’ career in radio began in Utah in 1982, and he created Ground Zero in 1995 in Salt Lake City. Lewis has produced Ground Zero programs online, on radio and on television.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Clyde Lewis.


1964 Birth Born on February 22, 1964.
1969 5 Years Old He also believes the moon landing in 1969 was faked. … Read More


1995 31 Years Old …  He started Ground Zero in 1995 in Salt Lake City. … Read More
1997 33 Years Old Lewis was investigated by the FBI after his remark during the broadcast on March 25, 1997, a night marked by a full moon, that “This would be a great night for some cult to commit suicide.” That same night, 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed suicide at Rancho Santa Fe in California. … Read More
1999 35 Years Old Lewis moved to Portland, Oregon, at the behest of Rick Emerson, his former co-host on Drive-By Radio, to produce Emerson's new syndicated show; his last KBER broadcast was May 16, 1999. Ground Zero was subsequently picked up by the NBG Radio Network. The show lost its syndication in June 2001, after Lewis claimed on the air that the pending execution of Timothy McVeigh would result in a terrorist attack on United States soil, an eventuality that could, he suggested, be averted by keeping McVeigh alive long enough to extract information from him about existing terrorist cells in the country. … Read More
2001 37 Years Old Ground Zero moved to Portland's KOTK. His producer from 2001–2004 was a former NASA contractor, Daniel Cascaddan. … Read More
2002 38 Years Old In 2002, Ground Zero began airing advertisements for a Portland bar, Bodacious Classics. … Read More
2003 39 Years Old Lewis and Dr. Larry Johns, who ran the Portland Alien Museum, began a Tuesday night discussion group at Bodacious Classics in 2003, Ground Zero Live. … Read More


2005 - 2009 2 More Events
2010 46 Years Old During the summer of 2010 Clyde brought back his live audience shows and presented them at a Masonic lodge in north Portland. … Read More
2011 47 Years Old On April 1, 2011, it was announced Clyde Lewis was returning to KXL-FM, the Portland, Oregon, flagship station where he was first syndicated.
2012 48 Years Old On July 30, 2012, it was announced that Premiere Radio Networks had picked up nationwide syndication rights to Ground Zero. … Read More
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