Welcome to Ron’s Amazing Stories. On this episode we have the finale of the Month of Spooky 2016. It is hard to believe that the month is over and Halloween is upon us. I hope you and your family has enjoyed this year’s event and that maybe we chilled you just a bit. We end this year with the best tradition yet! Jim Harold has returned for the sixth year in a row to put his brand of spookiness on the show. Now I could tell you more about the show, but would it be more fun if you just experienced for yourself? Just press the listen button and enjoy!
Old Time Horror VI – With Jim Harold.
Jim Harold is America’s most popular paranormal podcast host. With his two free flagship programs, The Paranormal Podcast and Jim Harold’s Campfire, Jim has developed a loyal following that spans the globe. In addition to his free podcasts at JimHarold.com, Jim also hosts a series of premium podcasts on the supernatural and related subjects at JimHarold.net. As a result, he has also become a published author with his Campfire series. All five books are available in eBook and paperback at JimHaroldBooks.com and via Amazon.com.
On this episode of Ron’s Amazing Stories I hope you are ready for a treat. We have with us one of the finest tellers ghost stories available. I will tell you all about her in the show notes. Also, we fulfill a halloween tradition and play one of a my favorite poems of season called The Hag. I revamped it a bit this year and I hope that you enjoy it.
Ghost Stories with Sylvia – Volume Two
We welcome back Sylvia Shults to the show this week for more ghost stories and to talk about her new book 44 Years in Darkness: A True Story of Madness, Tragedy, and Shattered Love. She has been writing for years, and recently made the switch from fiction to nonfiction. Following a lifetime spent in the pursuit of the weird and the strange, she now shares that passion with her readers. Her fiction (both horror and romance) is still floating around out there, but these days she concentrates on living a childhood dream — telling true ghost stories. Her book, Fractured Spirits: Hauntings at the Peoria State Hospital, was featured on an episode of the SyFy Channel’s hit show Ghost Hunters. It is the first book to examine the famously haunted asylum from both a historical and a supernatural perspective, and it was nominated for an award from the Illinois State Historical Society.
Sylvia’s Links: WordPress Site – FaceBook – Twitter – Website
Welcome to the 12th episode of the Horror Express. On this episode Jason and Ron talk about Curses. Also, we have a story about a curse with an Egyptian twist. No mummy’s just a bone! If that wasn’t enough, Jason has collected some interesting emails from you guys! So, come join us for this horrific train ride. How? Press the play button below.
A curse is any expressed wish that some form of adversity or misfortune will befall or attach to an entity, person, place or object. In particular, “curse” may refer to such a wish or pronouncement made effective by a supernatural or spiritual power by magic or witchcraft. A curse can also be called a hex or a jinx. In many belief systems, the curse itself (or accompanying ritual) is considered to have some causative force in the result. To reverse or eliminate a curse is sometimes called “removal” or “breaking”, and is often believed to require elaborate rituals or prayers.
On this episode of Ron’s Amazing Stories we continue the Month of Spooky 2016 with a great a show and a good ghost. Of course we will have a Five Minute Mystery for you. Then we will follow the exploits of a ghost who has a problem. He was murdered and by the rules he can only kill one living person to avenge his death. But who should he kill? Also we have Ambrose Bierce short story and a ghost boy who wants his fire marshal’s car. I’ll bet you can’t wait to hit that play button.
As I said we have we have short story written by Ambrose Bierce. During his lifetime, Bierce was better known as a journalist than as a fiction writer. His most popular stories were written in rapid succession between 1888 and 1891. Bierce helped pioneer the psychological horror story. Our story is simply called Staley Fleming’s Hallucination.