RAS #492 – Cryptid

RAS #492 - Cryptid

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we simply have Cryptids. All of the stories deal with cryptozoology and the creatures that they encompass. We have thunderbirds, bigfoot, skinwalkers, and even deadly insects. If you fear any of these creatures you might want to skip this one. However, if you do you will miss some pretty amazing stories.

Featured Story – The Man That Insects Hated

Our featured story for this week is all about insects. Humans have always feared them, loathed them, and wanted them gone. Professor John Hanson is hipped on the subject of bugs and wants to rid the world of them. The problem is he thinks they all know it and hates him for it. The story comes from the OTR series The Mysterious Traveler and is titled The Man The Insects Hated. It first aired on July 14, 1947.

Other Stories Include – Methodical To A Fault, Adventures in Cryptozoology, Do You Believe In Werewolves, Was That A Thunderbird, Yeti Throws Rocks, Okay, I believe You Now, and The Man The Insects Hated

Program Links – If you want to listen to the Mysterious Traveler episode with the OTR story Behind The Locked Door you can find it HERE. If you want to hear the podcast we did on the Thunderbird it can be found using this LINK.

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