RAS #430 – The Eternal Wall

RAS #430 - The Eternal Wall

On the podcast this time we have a full slate of amazing stories. We have three more ghost tales from listeners which include a big Texas ghost, a missing kitty, and a light switching shadow. Our featured story is a classic sci-fi adventure with time travel, intelligent rodents, and a surprise ending. We end the show with another edition of Not So Important Times In History.  So, let’s spend an hour together and hear some of Ron’s Amazing Stories.

Featured Story – The Eternal Wall

Our featured story for this week is The Eternal Wall.  It first appeared in the pages of Amazing Stories Magazine in November of 1942.  It received some critical acclaim and opened with this tagline:

A scream of brakes, the splash into icy waters, a long descent into alkaline depths … it was death. But Ned Vince lived again—a million years later!

It was written by Raymond Z. Gallun and is read for us by Greg Margarite. 

Ron’s Amazing Stories Sponsored by: Audible – You can get a free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at audibletrial.com/ronsamazingstories  and Gladdy’s Goodies – Good Treats for your dog to eat.

Ron’s Amazing Stories is produced and hosted by Ronald Hood:
Email: ronsamazingstories@gmail.com
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