RAS #490 – Seller Of The Sky

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we present a brand new segment called Paranormal Expeditions. I think you are going to like the concept and I look forward to hearing your feedback. Also, on the show Mitchell tells us a few stories from Selma, Ca, and we feature a classic sci-fi story from the pulp mags that really relates to our world today. 

Featured Story – Seller Of The Sky

Our featured story comes from the Worlds of If Science Fiction, February 1955. It is titled Seller of the Sky and was written by Dave Dryfoos. No one took Old Arch seriously; he was just an ancient, broken-down wanderer who went about seeking alms and spreading tales of the great Outside. The children were curious and believing. However, the adults were cynical and doubting. 

Other Stories Include: Remedy For Murder, Rivals! Frenemies Who Changed the World, The Good Witch in the Wizard Of Oz, My Father’s Shoes, My Little Angel, Paranormal Expeditions – May/Stringer House, and Seller Of The Sky

Program Links: On the show, Mitchell shared a link to a spooky song from the sixties called The Ghost of Beardsley Road. You can find it HERE. Also, on Paranormal Expeditions Emma shared her experiences at the May/Stringer House. You can read more about it or book a ghost tour HERE

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