RAS #489 – More UFO Stories

RAS #489 - More UFO Stories

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have another UFO-themed show. From Audible we review an audiobook that is all about them. Then we head to your stories where we have four amazing tales that come from Texas, Oklahoma, Nevada, and California. Our featured story comes from the OTR classic series X-minus One and it looks at some strange lights in the Big Horn Glacier! We will end the show with a few OTR commercials based on some of our favorite breakfast cereals.

Featured Story – The Lights Of Precipice Peak

Our featured story this time comes from the OTR series X-Minus One. The story takes place in a mountainous region known as Bighorn Glacier. It is an odd tale that looks at what aliens from another world could be like. It was first published in the October 1955 edition of Galaxy Magazine. It is titled The Lights Of Precipice Peak and it aired on X-minus One on March 13, 1957.

Other Stories Include:  The UFO Battle at Nuremberg, A Case Of Oversight, Alien Encounters, I Wish I had, Bigfoot is an Alien, The UFO incident, Ron It happened again, and The Lights Of Precipice Peak

Program Links: From A Moment In Time, here is the LINK to the Broadtext Sheet from April 1561 describing the UFO battle over Nuremberg.

Ron’s Amazing Stories Sponsored by: Audible – You can get a free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at audibletrial.com/ronsamazingstories  and Gladdy’s Goodies – Good Treats for your dog to eat.

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