RAS #440 – Strange New World

RAS #440 - Strange New World

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we have an email from Mark, a kid named Zero-G, and a collection of listener’s ghost stories that all have the common thread of fire. We close the show with a classic from the golden age of radio called Strange New World. This tale is reminiscent of a story written by Jules Vern in 1875 called The Mysterious Island. The difference is it has a modern twist and takes place on the Bikini Islands. So press that play button and let’s go!

Show Links:  Picture of the Saratoga Ghost Light and Episode #19 of the Horror Express 

Featured Story – Strange New World

Our featured story is from the classic radio series Mysterious Traveler. Imagine yourself as a pilot forced to ditch your plane in tropical waters post-WWII. Not just anywhere, but a few miles off the coast of the Bikini Islands. Do you know that place? Well, you will after our story! It is titled Strange New World and first aired on  February 12, 1952.

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