During Art Bell's tenure as host of Coast to Coast AM, the Art Bell BBS was a thriving online community that provided a platform for fans of the show to connect and discuss a wide range of topics, including the paranormal, conspiracy theories, and alternative history. The Art Bell BBS was a short-lived incarnation of Coast to Coast AM's "Post to Post" forums, which were initially launched by Keith Rowland in the late 1990s. However, the Art Bell BBS quickly became a popular destination for fans of the show, and it succeeded Rowland's Art Bell BBS in 2000. The site continued to grow and attract a dedicated following until it was replaced by a final short-lived iteration on post.coasttocoastam.com. Notably, the Art Bell BBS was also the site of an infamous visit from John Titor, a user who claimed to be a time traveler from the year 2036. Titor's posts on the forum sparked widespread interest and discussion, and his visit to the Art Bell BBS has since become a legendary moment in the history of the online paranormal community. Despite its relatively short lifespan, the Art Bell BBS and its successors played an essential role in fostering a sense of community among Coast to Coast AM listeners and providing a space for individuals to explore the unknown and the unexplained.