This is a bonus podcast for the Month Of Spooky 2019. We have two great stories for you to enjoy. The first of which is about a man who is turned inside out. The story is called The Dark and it is one creepy tale. The second story comes from episode #384 and is just plain odd. I just can’t seem to shake this one and thought I would bring it back for your spooky approval.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we continue with theMonth Of Spooky 2019. We begin with an ax murder and ghostly piano music. Next, we drive the lonely stretch of road known asHaynesville – Route 2a. Then …Do the ghosts of two children reach out from the grave? We will find that out together. We close the show with a classic horror drama from the golden age of radio. It is from theHermit’s Caveand is titledThe House on Lost Man’s Bluff.
Featured Story – The Seguin Island Horror Story
Our featured story was sent into the show by Parker Happ from Portland, Maine. His story just might be one of the strangest we have to date on the show. Parker and his wife travel to the most haunted lighthouse in Maine and are rewarded with an experience of a lifetime.
This is a bonus podcast for the Month Of Spooky 2019. We play what has become a yearly tradition during the spooky season. It is titled The Thing On The Fourble Board and aired on August 9, 1948.
Featured Story – The Thing On The Fourble Board
This podcast features the most highly regarded episode of the old-time radio series Quiet, Please. It is called The Thing on the Fourble Board. This story has led both fans and OTR experts to label the episode one of the best radio horror programs ever broadcast. Richard J. Hand of the University of Glamorgan notes that “The Thing on the Fourble Board” is not only cited as the finest example of radio horror but occasionally cited as one of the best examples of radio drama as a whole.
An oil rig worker discovers an invisible creature of unknown origins living beneath the depths of the earth. What happens to this man is horrific, and the ending is absolutely brilliant. If you’re alone, turn the lights down low and listen. It will help get you into a Halloween mood.
This is the 400th episode ofRon’s Amazing Stories. I want to thank all of you for listening for these many years. On the show this week we have Jim Harold on to co-host and we talk about UFOs. Jim and I listen to four strange tales,Oh My Orbs,UFO,Close EncounterandMy Seventh Summer. All stories sent in by you. In fact, we have nothing but your stories this time. So, relax and enjoy our 400th episode.
Featured Guest – Jim Harold
Having begun podcasting on the paranormal in 2005, Jim Harold is among a handful of pioneers of the medium. His programs have stood the test of time andThe Paranormal PodcastandCampfireremain among the most popular in the genre. Jim has developed a loyal following that spans the globe. In addition to his free podcasts atJimHarold.com, Jim also hosts a series of premium podcasts on the supernatural and related subjects atJimHaroldPlus.com
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe have a question of character, a maid faces a shadow, a calming reflection, and a malicious orb. And, that’s all in the first 20 minutes. Then we have our featured story,Project Hush, which is a big secret. We end the show with,Johnny Is It True – Random Strangeness.
Featured Story – Project Hush
We have an excellent story calledProject Hush. It comes fromGalaxy Science Fiction in February 1954. If that sounds familiar you are observant. This is the third story we have had from that issue. Our government is always being accused of being secretive. This story suggests a possible result of being a bit too secret. The Tag for this one reads:
The biggest job in history and it had to be done with complete secrecy. It was—which was just the trouble!