RAS #499 – Hall Of Mirrors

RAS #499 - Hall Of Mirrors

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we are going to set the groundwork for our 500th episode. But don’t fret or worry, we do have stories. We have two from you guys – The first is a freaky ghost story that just makes no sense, and then we have a response tale to a skinwalker tale from episode #495. Also, We have TWO mind-bending stories from the pages of the 1950s pulp magazines that were both written by the talented Fredrick Brown. And as an added bonus Sylvia Shults takes us on her latest ghost hunting trip.

Featured Story – Hall Of Mirrors

Our featured story is another mind-bending one set in 1954 and then moves to 2004. It has a unique time perspective that I found completely fascinating and I think you will too. It is titled Hall of Mirrors and was written by Frederick Brown. It first appeared on the pages of Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine in December of 1953.

Other Stories Include – Dinner Party Murder, Project Hail Mary, Sylvia’s Haunted Shock, The White Ghost, Hmm, I heard that too, Experiment, and Hall of Mirrors.

About Sylvia Shults:  Sylvia is a Librarian, Author, and Ghost Hunter. She has spent a lifetime in the pursuit of the weird and strange. Her non-fiction works include Ghost of the Illinois River, Fractured Spirits, 44 Years in Darkness, Hunting Demons, The Spirits of Christmas, and her latest release Fractured Souls. All of her books are available on Amazon and you can find out more at her WordPress Home Page.

Sylvia’s Links:  Facebook, Twitter, Blog Site, Amazon Author’s Page

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