Art Bell's BBS provided a platform for Coast to Coast AM fans to discuss paranormal topics. Launched in 2000, it succeeded Keith Rowland's Art Bell BBS, and continued to grow until its final iteration in 2013.

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 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.