On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we have a new segment with our own Sylvia Shults. This time she tells stories about the friendly or helpful ghost. We hear a heartwarming tale about a sister’s loss and ghostly beach visit. Also, Ron reads the science fiction classic The Test Rocket.
Featured Story – The Test Rocket
Our story for today was written by Jack Douglas. It is a “What If” tale that looks at space exploration and pitfalls it could potentially unleash. It comes from the Amazing Stories Magazine April of 1955 edition and is titled Test Rocket. It received high-honors from the writers of the time.
Program Note:Sylvia Shults is a Librarian, Author, and Ghost Hunter. She has spent a lifetime in the pursuit of the weird and the strange. Her non-fiction works includeGhost of the Illinois River,Fractured Spirits,44 Years in Darkness,Hunting DemonsandThe Spirits of Christmas. All of her books are available onAmazonand you can find out more on herWordPress Home Page.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe return to some old time radio. A man must make the hard choice of life or death in a tale calledDark Destiny. We have a scary tale calledThe Night Marchersfrom the town of Hilo, Hawaii, and we end the show with some Jello, Alka Seltzer, and some spice. So press the play button and join us!
Featured Story – Dark Destiny
Our featured story this week comes from the old time radio series The Mysterious Traveler. You have been asking for a return to the OTR genre and this is a good one. The story has a few twists and turns that should keep you guessing. What would you do if faced with the life or death choice of your own wife? How far would you be willing to go so that she might live? The title isDark Destinyand it first aired on April 13, 1947.
Program Note:Here is the link to the episode of theMysterious Travelerthat I spoke of on the show. It is calledBehind The Locked Door.
On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we have a shipwreck in space, UFOS in the mists, and a pig in the trunk. Add in a visit to 1944, a haunted home, and you’ll see why we love our stories. This one is so full of good stuff it might not be legal. You decide.
Featured Story – Shipwreck In The Sky
Our featured story this week appears to be a bit a bit dated until you realize it was first published in Fantastic Universe in the March 1954 issue. Shipwreck in the Sky was written by Eando Binder. It tells the tale of Captain Dan Barstow who is a young eager astronaut first trip into space.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we have classic science fiction tale on how to control criminals in the future. Also, we have a haunted phone, a shadow brother, and a new segment ofJohnny Is It True. Tom Williams is back and tells us that life is better than the movies. So, hang on for the ride and enjoy the show!
Featured Story – Prison Of A Billion Years
Adam Slade was a man who had nothing to lose by making a break for it. The trouble was, he knew that no one had ever escaped from the Prison of a Billion Years. –C.H. Thames
Sound like a good story? I thought so when I read it. It first appeared in the April 1956 issue ofImagination Science Fictionand It was Written by C.H. Thames. The story is rich with adventure, read by one of the best storytellers I know, Mark Nelson and is called Prison Of A Billion Years.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieshave epic tales ranging from a trip to Woodstock in 1969 to a space alien roaming our skies. Tom is back to tell us about his first job and we debut a brand new segment ofGhost Stories with Sylvia Shults. Add in a spirit from Oak Park, a celebrity cameo, and I think you will find this one enjoyable.
Featured Story – The Good Neighbor
Our featured story is a story written byEdgar PangborncalledThe Good Neighbors. It was first published in his collection of short stories calledGood Neighbors and Other Strangersin 1972. It is expertly read for us by Gregg Margarite.