Ron's Amazing stories is a weekly podcast which presents truly amazing tales. These will range from dramatic readings to old time radio. We also have interviews with authors, radio personalities and even sports legends.
The Stainless Steel Rat
On Ron’s Amazing Stories this time it is all about the Stainless Steel Rat. The character was introduced in Harry Harrison's short story The Misplaced Battleship, first published in 1960 in Astounding Science Fiction Magazine. Harrison used this story, with minor modifications, as the introduction to the series's first full-length novel called The Stainless Steel Rat. Why am I telling you this? Well, because like I said, this whole show is about the guy.
On Ron’s Amazing Stories it is Western Week and all our stories have that old west feel Including the Five Minute Mystery. Listener Gary Richards asked me to revisit a story from years ago called Stampede Mesa and then we head to Fort Laramie to hear Captain Quince’s encounter with Yellow Horse at an officer's ball. I think you are in for a stomping good time!
With Folded Hands
On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have an eclectic collection of stories. We will begin with a tale that has its origins in Arizona, but was told to me in person in a park right here in Vancouver, Washington. Then we have a brand new Johnny Is This True that returns to its roots in the strange and unusual. To end the show we have a classic science fiction tale titled With Folded Hands. I think you are going to enjoy it.
The Hallowed-Wheel Show
On Ron’s Amazing Stories this week we end the Month Of Spooky 2020 with a special Ghost Stories With Sylvia. Sylvia Shults is back and I think you are going to enjoy the result. If you are a fan of the Pitch Perfect movies then you will know what a Riff-Off is. Basically groups of singers spin a wheel to determine a topic and then they sing it. Sylvia and I will do much the same thing but using stories of the paranormal.
On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have seven different segments with four ghost stories from you guys. Our featured story comes from the pen of Virginia Woolf and then we will play another game of true or false with Johnny Is ItTrue the Halloween edition. Berklie Apedaile, a listener from Smithfield, Utah has written a Halloween story for us and it is read by Mark Nelson. We end the show with Not So Important Times In History that sheds a little bit of light on The Vampires of New England.
Month Of Spooky 2020 Special #3
On this special podcast we head back into the archives of old time radio with another horror story. This time from the series The Hermit’s Cave. This episode easily stands among best and most disturbing haunted house stories from the golden age of radio. Car trouble forces a woman, her cold mannered husband, and her brother to spend the night in a deserted house with a macabre past. The story is titled The House on Lost Man’s Bluff and first aired in June of 1937.
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This podcast includes a little of everything. So entertaining and really does take you away from today. Recommend.
Shadow people are fake.
Shadow people, peripheral vision? Good grief what you people have are floaters. Posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) is a very common eye condition. It's caused by natural changes to the vitreous gel which takes up the space inside the eye.
GReat podcast for one and all. I love the stories and like Ron’s super chill voice. A great pod for relaxing and the stories are always very entertaining. Well they’re actually amazing.