OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe have something pretty special. Jason Dowd is back and we take a journey with him to the city of Savannah, GA. You will not believe the ghost stories he experienced while staying at the Planter’s Inn. Also on the show are two listener tales that fall directly into the category of the head scratcher. A postman tries to make a delivery and is halted by a ghost, and a shadow on the wall defies any logic. We end the show with a brand new Johnny Is It True, alien edition.
About Jason Dowd –From an early age, Jason has loved his art. Over the years he has used various mediums, but none was more profound to him than photography. He finds inspiration wherever he goes because he keeps his eyes open for things that will make the perfect photo. Jason lives in the great state of Florida and has been a part ofRon’s Amazing Storiessince the beginning. He first appeared on the podcast inepisode #78where he introduced us to his bookA Haunted Soul: A True Story of One Man’s Struggle with the Paranormal. If that wasn’t enough Jason is our radio producer. He has been putting the podcast out on the radio for the last 5 years! Jason is also the CEO and founder of Gladys Goodies.
I have had to take a little break from this project to work on some other things. Rest assured that this is not the end of it. In fact two people have graciously signed on to help with its beginnings. A name change is probable. The two top suggestions are: Your Amazing Stories and Your Stories Live. If you have a suggestion or want to take part in the project follow this LINK and sign up.
This Week’s Podcast:
On the podcast this week Jason Dowd is back with another The Paranormal with Jason. This time we talk about his recent trip to Savannah, GA, the ghosties he encountered there. You won’t want to miss this. You can listen to this podcast on Thursday at Ron’s Amazing Stories, download it from Apple Podcasts, stream it on Stitcher Radio or on the mobile version of Spotify. Do you prefer the radio? We are heard every Thursday at 10:00 pm and Sunday Night at 11:00 PM (EST) on AMFM247.COM. Check your local listing or find the station closest to you at this link
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe continue with a year in review from 2020. In part two we conclude with August through December. We have listener stories about bigfoot, pumpkinhead and even a ghost that likes to start fires. There is a classic Sci-Fi story calledThe Stowawaythat is nothing short of amazing. So press that play button and enjoy the show.
Featured Story – The Stowaway
We have an amazing story suggested by German Finley and read for us by Maddie Ruth. The story is about the first rocket to the moon and one man’s attempt to stowaway aboard it. It first appeared in theIf – Worlds of Science Fiction,March of 1952. He stole a ride to the Moon in search of glory, but found a far different destiny.
After the year we have had, and if we are all being honest, do we really want to review it? I for one do not! However, there is something worth our time. This past year has seen more stories than ever submitted to the show. We have had more great adventures, amazing encounters and some strangeness that can’t be explained. There is no way we can listen to every story that was sent in. However, what we can do is pick one story for each month. On the podcast last week we began our year in review. We presented the best listener stories from January to July of 2020. What I have for this week’s podcast is the rest of the story with August through December.
Also, on the show is an incredible reading of a story called The Stowaway. You will have to hear this one to appreciate it. He stole a ride to the moon in search of glory, but found a far different destiny.
We are close to a new year and I thought that we should do a review. But after the year we have had, and if we are all being honest, do we really want to review it? I for one do not! However, there is something worth our time. This past year has seen more stories than ever submitted to the show. Probably due to our self isolation. We have had more great adventures, amazing encounters and some strangeness that can’t be explained. There is no way we can listen to every story that was sent in. However, what we can do is pick one story for each month. That is what I have done for this week’s podcast. I have picked what I think are best listener stories from January to December. It was tough job picking just 12 stories, but I think I have done it. You will have to be the judge.