RAS #485 – Dagger Heart Station

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week we have an incredibly creepy story sent in by Faye from Virginia. This one ties an old train station to a haunting with freaky results. Then we have something that we have never heard before. Buck Rogers joins the RAS lineup with a story about a stolen rocket ship and a Gyro-Cosmic Realivator. After you listen to this one I have a challenge for you. Follow the link below and take the poll.

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Featured Story – Gyro-Cosmic Realivator

Our featured story this week comes from the golden age of radio. Buck Rogers was initially broadcast as a 15-minute show on CBS Radio. It was a drama series based on the novel and comics series. What we have is a story that aired between April 5th through the 30th in 1939. It is titled The Gyro-Cosmic Realivator. Rogers must face off with Killer Cane who has taken Buck’s prototype of a brand new rocketship.

Stories Include – The Collector’s Murder, Stargazer, Dagger Heart Station, Buck Rogers – Gyro-Cosmic Realivator [Parts 1,2 and 3]

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RAS #484 – The Case Of The Flying Saucer

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time we take a look back at the Flying Saucer. Yes, I said a look back. In fact, we head to April 7, 1950, and a CBS news report presented by Edward Murrow. One of the legends of the news business. Also, on the show, we have two brand new listener UFO stories and I pull one of the most amazing tales we have ever had from the archives. So press that play button and enjoy the show.

Featured Story – The Case Of The Flying Saucer

Our featured story is actually a collection of news stories presented by the legendary Edward R. Murrow. They all follow the theme of UFOs or Flying Saucers. They range from eyewitness accounts to interviews with notable personalities.  The cool part. They were all recorded during the golden age of radio.

Stories Include – Blind Confession, The Case Of The Flying Saucer, Alien Encounters, The Night to be Feared, Big Balls of Light, and Château Lafite Rothschild

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Ron’s Amazing Stories is produced and hosted by Ronald Hood:
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RAS #483 – Paul And Buddys Excellent Adventure

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week it is all about one of the tallest buildings in the world. What is that you may ask? The Empire State building. We have three stories that take place there including one from listener Paul Hart that is amazing! We also have a brand new Johnny Is It True that just might teach you a thing or two about the building’s history. Our featured story comes from the OTR series Challenge Of The Yukon. It will keep you guessing until the end. So come with us today as we explore some truly amazing stories.

Program Links: You can read GhostGhoul’s article The Most Beautiful Suicide here. Also if you want to see the photos of Evelyn McHale follow this link.

Featured Story – Our featured story takes place in the far north. It comes from the OTR series Challenge Of The Yukon. In today’s tale we hear a bit about the early days of crime solving and the smarts of the husky known as King. The episode is titled Murder On Train Time and first aired on September 23, 1943.

Stories Include – The Too Early Bird, Interview With The Robot, The Most Beautiful Suicide, My brother saw a woman just pop on the roof, Paul and Buddy’s Excellent Adventure, Johnny Is It True – Empire State Building, and Murder on Train Time

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RAS #482 – All About The Lights

On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time it is all about the lights and dragons too. Sylvia Shults is back with us again for another round of Ghost Stories With Sylvia. However, this time we lean more toward the orb than the ghosts. We close the show with one of my favorite orb encounters titled A Flock Of Orbs. So press that play button and enjoy!

Stories Include – Marks Of Death, Dragon Planet, The Orb Of Hilltop Road, The Archer Ave Triangle, and  A Flock Of Orbs

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 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 you can find out more at her WordPress Home Page.

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RAS #481 – Sandhog Murders

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have some stories about Bigfoot. This includes  Bigfoot gone fishing, Bigfoot out for a walk and Lowell throws stones at Bigfoot. Also, The Shadow returns to the lineup with an adventure at an underground river. We end the show with a short one from pages of Analog Magazine. It is read for us by Jerome Lawson and is titled Beyond Pandora

Featured Story – The Sandhog Murders

Our featured story this time is a good one. It comes from the OTR series The Shadow. What we will hear comes from the Bill Johnstone era. He and Margot find themself facing death in a story titled The Sandhog Murders and it first aired on November 26, 1939.

Stories Include – The Book Case, Audible – Ender’s Game, Catching Bigfoot, Sasquatch In The Road, Bigfoot Took My Wallet and The Sandhog Murders.

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