During its heyday, the Art Bell-hosted Coast to Coast AM radio program was a goldmine of crackpots, psuedo-scientists, psychics, X-Filers and maybe, just maybe, the occasional truth-teller. In 1997, on the show, Mel Waters told the story of what was apparently a bottomless hole on his property. Though Mels Hole was never discovered or verified by anyone other than Waters (who may not even exist . . . long story), the implications of a never-ending supernatural pit has enflamed the imaginations of the artists featured in the current exhibit at the Grand Central Art Gallery, who utilize various mediums to create works somehow related to the hole. Its every bit as fascinating, strange, beautiful and hilarious as it sounds.
Tuesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m. Starts: Sept. 9. Continues through Oct. 19, 2008