RAS #446 – Message From The Past

RAS #446 - Message From The Past

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we will have a special Ghost Stories with Sylvia. Sylvia shares a story called Message From The Past that should leave you stunned and amazed. Also, we answer a question from Dorothy Griffin of Columbus, Ohio. Dorthy wants to know if either Sylvia or I watch ghost hunting shows and what we think about them. This became a “spirited” conversation (Pun intended!) As an added bonus I will tell the amazing tale of Elmer McCurdy! This is a truly odd, Not So Important Times In History. So settle in, relax, and enjoy the podcast.

Program Notes: Sylvia Shults is a Librarian, Author, and Ghost Hunter. She has spent a lifetime in the pursuit of the weird and strange. Her non-fiction works include Ghost of the Illinois River, Fractured Spirits, 44 Years in Darkness, Hunting Demons, The Spirits of Christmas, and her latest release Fractured Souls. All of her books are available on Amazon and Bookshop.org. You can find out more about her and her podcast, Lights Out! at SylviaShults.Wordpress.Com.

Program Links: History and Photo of Elmer McCurdy

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