RAS #513 – The Signal Man

RAS #513 - The Signal Man

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we are full of spooky goodness! We have a brand new original Five Minute Mystery starring The British Guy! We review a Heathcliff Lennox mystery titled The Curse of Braeburn Castle. We will hear two listener tales that take us to a creepy hospital encounter and a Halloween night in a graveyard. Our featured story is the ghostly tale titled The Signal Man. Then we end the show with an original ghost story written by 11-year-old Amelia Allison.

Featured Story – The Signal Man

Our featured story comes from a little-known radio series called Beyond Midnight. It was a South African radio horror anthology that ran from 1968 to 1970 on Springbok Radio. This is a strange story, to say the least. At first, it seems to be a simple tale of ghosts haunting a man to the point of near insanity. But there is so much more. Hang out until the end and all will be made clear. The story is titled The Signal Man and it first aired in South Africa in the year 1969.

Other Stories Include – Terasongoon, The Curse of Braeburn Castle, Ghost On The Nightshift, It Happened One Halloween, The Signal Man, and My friendly Ghost.

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