Popular Christian radio host Frank Pastore has been in a coma in critical, yet stable, condition following a motorcycle accident on Nov. 19. Pastore, who was a professional baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds from 1979 until 1985, is now most known for his radio program on KKLA and for his theological work. This week, 10 days after the accident, his California-based radio station has released what some are calling chilling and prophetic audio from the evening of the crash.
The recording, put out by KKLA with the blessing of Pastore’s wife, Gina, includes the host talking about the human soul. However, that’s not the part that has people buzzing and curiously wondering if his words prophetically foreshadowed what happened that night. After speaking about science’s attempt’s of late to address the soul, Pastore talks specifically about his motorcycle and the dangers he could face at any moment.
“Isn’t it interesting [that] secular science is addressing the question, ‘Does man have a soul? Is there such a thing as immaterial reality?’ And it’s couched in the category of ‘is there life after death?,” Pastore said.
It is what comes next that will send chills down some listeners’ spines.
“I mean look, you guys know I ride a motorcycle don’t you?,” he asked. “So, at any moment, especially with the idiot people who cross the diamond lane into my lane, alright, without any blinkers, not that I’m angry about it, but at any minute I could be spread out all over the 210 (Freeway), but that’s not me, that’s my body parts. That key distinction undergirds the entire Judeo-Christian worldview and also your pursuit of reality.”
The tragic accident unfolded immediately following the program. Pastore seemingly outlined the very highway that his accident would take place on — and the events leading up to it — just before it unfolded. Later that night, a car sideswiped his motorcycle after the driver swerved into the carpool lane on the 210 Freeway.
Listen to the chilling audio, below:
Pastore’s family is optimistic that he will make a recovery.
“We still have a strong sense that God is doing something. There are so many people praying and being touched by the story,” Gina told The Christian Post this week.
(H/T: Christian Post)