OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week Sylvia is back with more creepy stories for us, and we have a strange one about a little black puppy namedMister Mumbles. We then play a war story that has a happy ending, and we end the show with a scary one fromIfmagazine, 1953. So, settle in for some amazing stories.
Featured Story – Mister Mumbles
Our featured tale comes to us from the website “as is” with no indication of where it came from or who wrote it. I checked it for plagiarism and didn’t find anything. It is titledMister Mumblesand tells the tale of a possible monster in the puppies body.
Program Note:Sylvia Shults is a Librarian, Author, and Ghost Hunter. She has spent a lifetime in the pursuit of the weird and 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.
On Ron’s Amazing Stories we are going to do something that we have never done before. We have a total of seven stories all from you guys. We have everything from bigfoot to time slips. We have a ghost at a museum, a cryptid who hitchhikes, and we even head to Yosemite National Park. Also, what show would be complete without a shadow. So, put on your favorite headphones and settle in for one heck of a ride.
Featured Story – These Are Your Stories There is no featured story his week. This will be the first time we have ever done a complete show dedicated to your stories. On the show, we will have three brand new stories, which includes a creepy tale about a shaggy shadow beast, A real non-ghost story, and one from LBJ Lake, Texas. It is a tale of a 1950s time-slip that occurred in 1984. Then we reach back into the archives and play some of our favorite listeners submissions.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis time, Jackson makes a comment, Yanaba tells us about Yenaldlooshi, and Betty has a creepy story about her encounter with a BEK. Also, our featured story for this episode is about an accidental death in space. Throw in a hitch-hiker, a moment in time from June 17th, 1951, and you have quite a show.
Featured Story – Accidental Death
Our featured story this week comes fromAstounding Science Fiction Magazinein February 1959. Do you believe in luck? Or is luck just a superstition? Can what we do or how we believe change our reality? And can that power, or the lack thereof, become a weapon? The tale is calledAccidental Deathand was written by Peter Baily.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe have quite the undertaking, or rather the undertaker. Stanley Swan is here to talk about his new book,Tales Unleashedand will read us a story from it. Alberto takes us to Old Mexico with a tale about a haunted ranch house, and we have a science fiction story calledSpacemen Never die!
Knowing as a youngster that he would become an undertaker, Stanley has always been fascinated by tales of the unknown and unusual. He grew up in the fifties and sixties watching science fiction and reading stories by legends like Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling. After spending 35 years in the funeral business, Stan wrote his first bookUndertakings of an Undertaker. In this new book,Tales Unleashed, you’ll experience the chill of a fortune teller, a pumpkin weeping for home, a crow who stands guard over his domain and being ‘lost’ at the drive-in. There are twenty-eight short stories in all and they are just that good.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis time we have a full train ticket! We talk a bit more about radio seriesThe Shadowas requested by Jarrod. Then we have two ghost stories from the listeners and our featured segment isThe Horror Express with Jason Dowd. Jason and Ron discuss Black Eyed Kids. Are they an Urban Legend or Demons in disguise?
Featured – The Horror Express with Jason Dowd
On the Horror Train, Jason and I answer a listener’s question about what we think theBlack Eyed Kidsphenomenon really is. Also, we bring you up to date on what Jason and Ron are up to these days.