OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe feature the banjo! Not music, but we have stories about it. Two listeners share their stories about paranormal experiences with the instrument and we have an OTR classic called,Never Follow A Banjo Act.We end the show with some classic commercials and it all begins with you pressing that play button.
Featured Story – Never Follow A Banjo Act
Our featured story for this week comes from the classic radio series Suspense. This is a strange little story about the shady side of nightclubbing and stars Ethel Merman as a lounge singer hired to keep an up and coming crooner on the straight and narrow. It is titledNever Follow A Banjo Actand first aired on February 1, 1954.
On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we have eight complete tales and a visit from ghost hunter and author, Sylvia Shults! We have a watermelon truck, part two of Rivals, a real head-scratcher that I can’t explain, Bigfoot is back, Grandma is proud, a pretty baby and a white witch. We end the show with another edition of Not So Important Times In History. Now, are you ready to get started?
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 Demons,The Spirits of Christmas,and her latest releaseFractured Souls.All of her books are available onAmazonand you can find out more at herWordPress Home Page.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe have what might be the most epic listener story to date! In fact, we have two stories that could be dreams or they could be something else. The first is a faceless girl who is sent to deliver a message to a woman in Texas. The second comes from Alex in Manchester, England. His story takes place aboard a Scottish train in 1879, but here’s the rub, he boarded it in 2005. Also, on the show the classic science fiction taleInto Space.
Featured Story – Into Space
Our featured story is something you are going to have to listen to from a 1930’s point of view. What we have is a story that comes from the classic science fiction magazine,Astounding Stories. It is titledInto Spaceand appeared in issue #02, which was published in February 1930.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe have a lot of stories. These include a friendly house ghost, Bigfoot speaks out, andThe Shadowhunts down a walking corpse. We end the show with a brand new edition ofJohnny Is It Trueand it all begins with a special edition of theTwo and half minute mysterysent in by Keith Clark.
Featured Story – The Walking Corpse
Our featured story comes from the classic old time radio seriesThe Shadow. I just love these episodes and the one we have is a lesson in exceptional storytelling. We all know that murder is wrong, but what if you bring back the dead to do the job for you? This is the premise of this one and it is titledThe Walking Corpse. It first aired on April 24, 1946.
Welcome toRon’s Amazing Stories. I know that I said in the past that there would be no more replays, but this week we have a replay. You see I got to spend a night in the emergency room and that has left me pretty down. The replay I have decided on is probably my favorite show from last year. It is the 400th episode that features Jim Harold as co-host and we talk about UFOs. Jim and I listen to four amazing tales which includeOh My Orbs,UFO,Close Encounter,andMy Seventh Summer (Sent in by my brother!). All stories were sent in by you. In fact, we have nothing but your stories in this one. 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