On Ron’s Amazing Stories #327 we featureRay Millandin an excellentSuspensestory called, After The Movies. We also have two new stories from you guys. Jim sent one in called Twelve Miles North of Alamosa, and Melissa has a ghost story from Cal Poly. A Moment In Time returns with a trip to May 7th, 1949.
Our OTR Story – After The Movies
As promised we have an OTR gem this week from the classic radio series Suspense. It stars international icon, Ray Milland. Milland plays a juror on a murder trial who finds an envelope containing a $10,000 bribe on the floor of a drugstore. Our story is called, After The Movies, and first aired on December 7, 1950.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we have two listener’s stories. One is called, My Graveyard Story and the other I have titled, Joey and Kung-Fu Fighting. Also this week, we have another edition of “Johnny Is This True?” and short-story about the atomic bomb.
Our Marquee Story – The Power and the Glory
This time we have an astounding story that was written for the pulp mags in 1931 by Charles W. Diffin. He was popular with the magazines published by Street & Smith. Our story quite unique and gives us an idea of just how savvy people were in the 1930s about their future. It is titled, The Power and the Glory and is read for us byRobert Dixon.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe celebrate, “Throwback Thursday!” We are going to feature stories, past and present, submitted by you the listener. Of course, we can’t have a podcast without a Five Minute Mystery. I think it would break the internet if we did.
Our Marquee Story – Ghost In A Cave
We have two brand new stories for this week. One is from Richard Parkes about his ghost adventure in theSequiota Caves. The second comes from “E” who tells us about his terrifying encounter with a rock-throwing bigfoot.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we have a sensational science fiction story with a suspense type feel to it. Honestly, this story just might be my favorite from the annals of Astounding Stories and Super Science. Also on the show, we have a world-class “Johnny, is it True?”, and Justin from Texas shares his own Orb story.
Our Marquee Story – Compensation
We have a short-story called Compensation that was written by Charles Victor Tench. Tench was a prolific pulp magazine writer who wrote a number articles and stories for Astounding Stories. Our tale is an amazing journey of a man who must discover what happened to his friend. The tale sucks you in and keeps you guessing as to what really happened.
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No one’s ever seen him except the dead – and they don’t talk about it afterwards.
OnRon’s Amazing Stories, this time we celebrate the date July 25th, 1943. We do that with an OTR story about a serial killer, A news brief from that day and Kim tells her scary story about a ghost girl and her favorite piano trick.
Our OTR Story – The White Rose Murders
If you read this week’s blog you already know that we are going to featureMaureen O’Hara. Our story comes from OTR seriesSuspense. O’Hara plays a wealthy debutante who helps her detective boyfriend track down a serial killer. The tale is called The White Rose Murders and it is a story well calculated to keep you in suspense. It first aired on July 25, 1943.