RAS #453 – Strange Encounters

RAS #453 - Strange Encounters

This time on Ron’s Amazing Stories we travel to Kentucky for an encounter with a ghost girl in an abandoned air-raid bunker. Then we return to the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas Texas for another encounter with the jilted bride. How about Robin’s encounter with bigfoot on Vancouver Island. Do you see a pattern here? You should, the theme for the show is Strange Encounters. But we don’t stop there, we also have a classic story from the pen of Kurt Vonnegut and we end the show with a story from WWI about General George Patton.

Featured Story – 2Br02b

Our featured story this week comes from the creative mind of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. The story we will hear was suggested by listener Warren Silva. He thought it had a lot to say about our times and where we are going. I am not so sure about that, but I will say it is quite unique. It is titled 2Br02b and was first published in If Magazine in the January 1962 edition.

Links From The Show: To view the bigfoot print that Robin shared with us from the story The Encounter At Blackberry Bush click here. To view the photo of the tribute to General George Patton click here.

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