RAS #449 – A Tale Of Two Stories

This week I am taking a bit of a break from the podcast. Not a full “no show” type of thing, but a scaled-back version that I think you will enjoy. One of my favorite classic radio series is Dimension X from 1950-1951. There were only 50 shows created during its run and on this podcast, you will hear two of them. 

Featured Story #1 – The Vital Factor

The Vital Factor is about the ruthless head of Crowder Industries, who assumes the Herculean task of being the first man in history to achieve space travel. Building the ship proves easy, but to propel it at sufficient speed seems impossible until one-man arrives with an answer… and a heavy price for achieving the stars.

 Featured Story #2 – Untitled Story

The Untitled Story is a sci-fi and detective story in one. Donald Hasen is hired by the city mayor to obtain an elixir of life from an enigmatic scientist. His investigation reveals a strange conspiracy that could have serious repercussions for the future of humanity

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RAS #448 – Into The Darkness

This time on Ron’s Amazing Stories we take a walk on the dark side. We have three listener stories that include it in form or another. The first one just might be the creepiest story to date. Then we head to Glacier National Park to witness a rip in space and time, and finally, Tammy encounters an entity shrouded in darkness. Jason Dowd is back with the second installment of The Paranormal With Jason. Jason answers listener Camille’s question about time-slips. Do you think you can handle it?

About Jason Dowd – From an early age, Jason has loved his art. Over the years he has used various mediums, but none was more profound to him than photography. He finds inspiration wherever he goes because he keeps his eyes open for things that will make the perfect photo. Jason lives in the great state of Florida and has been a part of Ron’s Amazing Stories since the beginning. He first appeared on the podcast in episode #78 where he introduced us to his book A Haunted Soul: A True Story of One Man’s Struggle with the Paranormal. If that wasn’t enough Jason is our radio producer. He has been putting the podcast out on the radio for the last 5 years! Jason is also the CEO and founder of Gladys Goodies.

Jason’s Links: FaceBook, Twitter, Gladdy’s Goodies, AME Magazine, and Imagine-nation Art Studios.

Program Links: Link to the PHOTO of Ron’s nephew and the Rolling Stones.

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Ron’s Amazing Stories is produced and hosted by Ronald Hood:
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RAS #447 – Into The Unknown

Welcome to the unknown that is Ron’s Amazing Stories. The unknown comes from our stories. We have a strange missing person case, lost time in a Cessna aircraft, and a creepy tale from the Mojave Desert. Also, we have a brand new Johnny Is It True and a classic science fiction story that was made into a Twilight Zone episode. Please enjoy!

Featured Story – Time Enough At Last

Our featured story was written when the world was a very different place. It takes a look from the point of view of a bank teller who’s life pre-apocalypse isn’t all that great. The Story is called Time Enough At Last and was first published in IF magazine January of 1953. It was written by Lyn Venable.

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RAS #446 – Message From The Past

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we will have a special Ghost Stories with Sylvia. Sylvia shares a story called Message From The Past that should leave you stunned and amazed. Also, we answer a question from Dorothy Griffin of Columbus, Ohio. Dorthy wants to know if either Sylvia or I watch ghost hunting shows and what we think about them. This became a “spirited” conversation (Pun intended!) As an added bonus I will tell the amazing tale of Elmer McCurdy! This is a truly odd, Not So Important Times In History. So settle in, relax, and enjoy the podcast.

Program Notes: 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 include Ghost of the Illinois River, Fractured Spirits, 44 Years in Darkness, Hunting Demons, The Spirits of Christmas, and her latest release Fractured Souls. All of her books are available on Amazon and Bookshop.org. You can find out more about her and her podcast, Lights Out! at SylviaShults.Wordpress.Com.

Program Links: History and Photo of Elmer McCurdy

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RAS #445 – Into The Woods

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week we bring the creepy, the strange, and the funny. We have something from audible by Douglas Adams. The listeners sent in some strange tales about their encounters in the woods. Then our featured story is a creepy tale from the classic old time radio series Quiet Please

Featured Story – Tanglefoot

Our featured story for this time was just recently added to the list of episodes. I had never heard it before and am excited to share it with you. This story ..is …well it’s creepy. It is called Tanglefoot and it should have you squirming in your seats. It comes from the radio drama series Quiet Please which was known to have some of the creepiest horror tales out there. Even by today’s standards. It first aired on Mutual Broadcasting System in June of 1949. 

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Ron’s Amazing Stories is produced and hosted by Ronald Hood:
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