RAS #510 – Oxychloride X

RAS #510 - Oxychloride X

This is the last week before we begin the Month Of Spooky 2021. However, on Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we do some scary stuff. So, you’re not going to be able to prepare for the spookiness. What we have are some really creepy stories from you guys to get the season going! Also, we have a story from Lights Out! that’s not spooky, but probably means the end of the world. What are we going to do? Well, press that play button to find out.

Featured Story – Oxychloride X

Our featured story comes from the OTR series Lights Out. Now you might suppose that this one would be a horror story and it does have that, but I think it has more of a Twilight Zone feel. I could definitely see Rod Serling say something like this:

“Picture this, a little man with monumental aspirations. He wants the people around him to know that he is a big man on campus. The problem is that his thoughts and deeds just might destroy the world. He is about to enter the twilight zone.” 

The truth of the matter is that this story was written thirty years before the Twilight Zone was a thing. It is titled Oxychloride X and first aired on January 26, 1938.

Other Stories Include – The Missing Ruby, A Grave Business, The Laundry Monster, Why I Ran Away From St. Mary’s Graveyard, The Old Dead Couple, Oxychloride X, and Not So Important Times In History – Khutulun.

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