RAS #307 – Rosslyn Chapel

RAS #307 - Rosslyn Chapel

On Ron’s Amazing Stories, we have a first in the history of the show! With the exception of a crazy Five Minute Mystery, all of our stories for this podcast came from you guys. We have two stories from Scotland and one from India. From Fairies to a scary woman in red, I think you are going to like this one.

About Rosslyn Chapel and our guest James Thompson

On the podcast, we have a story about my Brother’s unexplainable trip to Scotland in the early 90s. Rosslyn Chapel was founded in 1446 as a place of worship and services continue to be held there today.  Quick math should tell you that is 571 years. It was built by William St. Clair for his family. Rosslyn’s extraordinary architecture and carvings have inspired for generations and It is a popular destination for visitors.  You can read more about it on this week’s blog.

Note: To see the green man carvings google:  rosslyn chapel green man

James Thompson is the author of several books including the murder mystery Kali: A Novel and The Logic of Demons and the Ecstasies of Love an innovative study of the power of stories as seen in a framework shaped by quantum physics. Both books are available on Kindle. Jim is also an active blogger and you can follow him at JamesAThompson.blog or his FaceBook Page.

Ron’s Amazing Stories is produced and hosted by Ronald Hood
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2 thoughts on “RAS #307 – Rosslyn Chapel

  1. The stories wove together beautifully. I enjoyed participating in the production and encourage everyone to share a story. Ron makes it comfortable and so easy.


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