RAS #589 – The Mathematical Murder Case

RAS #589 - The Mathematical Murder Case

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week we have three ghost stories from you:  A cast party is haunted, a child argues with a ghost, and smoking is bad for you. Our featured story today comes from the classic radio series Philo Vance. Vance comes up against a con man whose game is to trick his marks using a simple math trick. But has he moved up to murder? We will find out in the story The Mathematical Murder Case. It first aired on March 14, 1950.

Featured Story – The Mathematical Murder Case

The Mathematical Murder Case

Other Stories Include – Murder By Caliber, He Who Fights with Monsters – A review, The Lavatory Ghost, The Terrible Two, The Haunted Washroom, Our Amazing Stories – Peter Mark Roget, and The Mathematical Murder Case

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