RAS #557 – The Professor Was A Thief

RAS #557 - The Professor Was A Thief

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have a left over from last week. A Johnny is it True look at the TV series Gunsmoke. We also have a science fiction story from L Ron Hubbard. The Empire State Building is missing with everyone still inside! Ray Peyton returns to the show with another one of his stories from his amazing life. We travel to Iraq and his encounter with the guy from Bangladesh. So press that play button and enjoy the show.

Featured Story – The Professor Was A Thief

The Professor Was A Thief
L. Ron Hubbard

Our featured story comes from the classic radio series Dimension X. It takes us to New York. A metropolitan newspaper reports that Grant’s tomb has just been stolen. Sounds crazy right? Well it’s true. Not only Grant’s tomb but some other famous landmarks have all gone missing. The story is titled The Professor Was A Thief and it was originally written by L. Ron Hubbard. It appeared in Astounding Science-Fiction in February of 1940. Later it was published by Galaxy Press as a novel and is still available for purchase on Amazon or any book seller. What we will hear today is the radio adaptation of the story. It first aired on Dimension X on November 5, 1950.

Other Stories Include – The Forsyth Case, The Ultimate Science Fiction Mega Collection, A Story By Ray Peyton, The Professor Was A Thief, and Johnny Is It True – Gunsmoke.

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