OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we have a tale about a sister who is followed by a ghost, A complete history of a haunted mansion, and Silvia Shults is back with another edition ofGhost Stories With Sylvia. So buckle your safety belt and press that play button.
Featured – Ghost Stories With Sylvia
This time Sylvia reads the introduction to her new bookFractured Souls. We also talk about one of her latest ghost hunting adventures at theVillisca Axe Murder House. 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 just published is her latest workFractured Souls. All of her books are available onAmazon. You can find out more on herWordPress Home Page.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis time we have some alien fiction, followed by a shadow family reunion, and then Laura tells her, Sharing Is Caring, tale. Have you ever heard of, The Shadow? Well, he makes his podcast debut this week with a story about a conspiracy in the death house. Can The Shadow save the day and the life of his girlfriend, Margo Lane? You will just have to listen to the show to find out.
Featured Story – Call Of The Shadows
Our featured story this week was sent in by Duane Lopez from Flagstaff Arizona. Duane tells us his creepy adventure about his encounter with a family of shadow people. This is one of the strangest stories that has ever been on the show.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we have another installment ofGhost Stories With Sylvia. Next up are two responses to Paula’s creepy hiking story from episode #386. Then Angela tells us about life in Mexico City with a real head-scratcher calledThe Faded Woman. We end the program with the tale,Cat For A Hat, by Tom Williams.
Featured Story – The Faded Woman
Our featured story this time was sent in by listener Angela White. She tells us a creepy story from her childhood growing up in Mexico city. She also tells us a bit about her heritage and buying and selling on the streets of Mexico’s capital.
Program Note:Sylvia Shults is a Librarian, Author, and Ghost Hunter. She has spent a lifetime in the pursuit of the weird and the strange. Her non-fiction works includeGhost of the Illinois River,Fractured Spirits,44 Years in Darkness,Hunting DemonsandThe Spirits of Christmas. All of her books are available onAmazonand you can find out more on herWordPress Home Page.
OnRon’s Amazing Storieswe have some breaking news, an unwanted car sitter, a creepy hiking story, and Lamar from Detroit is followed by ghosts. Jason dowd joins me on theHorror Expressto talk about the future plans for that podcast, and we have a short story about the people of Mars. So, your job now is to press that play button and enjoy the show!
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Featured Story – Earthmen Bearing Gifts
Our story is one that the scientists of today should take note of. While this is a very short tale it offers a word of warning that just can’t be ignored. While we explore we need to consider whether we should explore? The story is called Earthmen Bearing Gifts by Fredric Brown. It was first published in Galaxy magazine, in June of 1960.
OnRon’s Amazing Storiesthis week we have a bag full of cats. We have stories ranging from a ghost cat to cats that raise baby bunnies. We read a science fiction story that stars a frozen cat, and a debut a brand new edition ofJohnny Is It True, which has cat facts. Want more? Well as Ed Sullivan would say –We have a really big shoe“
Featured Story – Zeritsky’s Law
We have a quirky story that I absolutely love. A deep-frozen cat comes back to life and spurs a new profiteering business. The tale first appearedGalaxy Science Fictionin the November 1951 edition. It is calledZeritsky’s Lawby Ann Warren Griffith and is read for us by Peter Eastman from Cape Town, South Africa.