RAS #450 – Unresolved Mysteries

RAS #450 - Unresolved Mysteries

This week on Ron’s Amazing Stories we follow the theme Unresolved Mysteries. We have four listener stories that do not answer the question of why. Twins Mick and Mike send in their encounters with cryptids, Lindsey has an orb story from Yellowstone National Park, and Brenda brings home a ghost. WE feature a classic sci-fi adventure called Nightmare and we end on a story from the cold war called Acoustic Kitty. I think you will enjoy yourself!

Featured Story – Nightmare

Our featured story this week started out as a poem written by Stephen Vincent Benét called The Revolt of the Machines. It was adapted by George Lefferts for the OTR series X-Minus One and was retitled Nightmare. It first aired on July 21, 1955.

Program Links:  Ron talked about the new home for the Horror Express Podcast. You can find it here. Want to read the poem The Revolt of the Machines? Read it Here.

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