RAS #406 – The Horror Express

RAS #406 - The Horror Express

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time Jason Dowd is back with another trip on The Horror Express. Jason and Ron face off against another horrible monster, share two ghost stories and unravel the mystery of Building Seven. So, purchase your ticket and board the train that never stops …ever!

Special links: Photo – The Bishops House, Jason’s Spooky Graveyard Picture. Podcast – David Larsen’s Marionette

Special Music: The House Is Haunted performed by The Roy Fox Orchestra in 1934. Roy Fox (October 25, 1901 – March 20, 1982) was an American-born British dance bandleader whose period of greatest popularity was in England during the British dance band era.

The Horror Express with Jason Dowd – Art is a way of life for Jason. From an early age, he created various forms of artwork using various mediums, but none was as profound to him for his own work than photography. He finds inspiration wherever he goes because he keeps his eyes open for things that will make the perfect embellishment for a photo or looks for the story that inspires him to tell it to the world as only he can.

Jason’s Links: FaceBook, Twitter, Gladdy’s Goodies, AME Magazine, and Imagine-nation Art Studios.

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Ron’s Amazing Stories is produced and hosted by Ronald Hood:
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