RAS #529 – Pollack And The Porroh Man

RAS #529 - Pollock And The Porroh Man

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we really don’t have any kind of theme this time. We will review a fantasy novel on Audible, and on These Are Your Stories we have orbs and then head to Mumbai, India. Our featured story is a pretty good one from the OTR series Escape. It is a bit on the creepy side but tells the story of Pollack and his encounters with the Porroh Man. So why not press that play button and enjoy the ride. 

Featured Story – Pollock And The Porroh Man

Our featured story was originally written by H.G. Wells. It appeared in his short story collection The Plattner Story And Others published in April of 1896. It takes place in a swampy village on the lagoon river near the Turner Peninsula in Southern Sierra Leone. This is when Pollock had his first encounter with the Porroh Man. It would not be his last. The story is titled Pollock and the Porroh Man and what we will hear is an adaptation of the story from the classic OTR series Escape. It first aired on October 29, 1947.

Other Stories Include – Man In The Back Seat, Black Sand Baron, The Water Orb, Scary Figure At Night, Navy Ghost Man, and Pollock And The Porroh Man

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