RAS #548 – Target One

RAS #548 - Target One

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we travel through time to kill the great Albert Einstein. We have a story from listener Brett about his encounter with some strange orb creatures. Also, Professor C. Cydwick Ohms tells us all about his one way time-door. (That one is read for us by Justin Daniels). And finally, on a new Our Amazing Stories segment you will hear the tragic tale of the Steamboat Sultana. Now if all that sounds pretty good press that play button and enjoy the show.

Featured Story – Target One

Target One

Our featured story comes from the OTR series X-minus One and is titled Target One. It first appeared in Galaxy Magazine and was written by Frederik Pohl. In the 1950’s science fiction was plagued with stories about moving through time. There were two main theories: Even if you were to travel through time you would not be able to change the future and second it would be possible to change the future, but fate would find a way to reestablish the timeline. What do you think? Today’s story just might help you decide. It is titled Target One and it first aired on December, 26, 1957.

Other Stories Include – Murder In The Blue, Armada, Desoto Orbs, Really, Stephan King?, Target One, Our Amazing Stories – Sultana, and Time For Texas.

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