RAS #478 – The Man Who Tried To Save Lincoln

RAS #478 - The Man Who Tried To Save Lincoln

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week we have a tribute to both Valentine’s Day and President’s Day. Berklie Apedaile has written a new fantasy story titled A Cherub’s Dilemma. Then we visit president Abraham Lincoln in 1865. To round things out Peach tells a tale about a snowplow driver who sees a ghost in a cemetery! Not once, but twice! So press the play button and enjoy!

Featured Story – The Man Who Tried To Save Lincoln

Our featured story comes from one of my favorite OTR series The Mysterious Traveler. It is a time travel tale, but with a twist. What if you could travel back in time, but not need your body? That is the premise for this one. With presidents day just around the corner I thought that we should visit 1865 and President Lincoln. The adventure is titled The Man Who tried To Save Lincoln and first aired on February 7, 1950.

Program Links – If you are interested in learning more about the Apedailes and reading more of Berklie’s stories follow this link to their website. 

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