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Ron’s Amazing Stories is a weekly podcast. We play classic short stories, old-time radio and much more. Do you have a story that you want to tell? Ron will read it on the show or you can tell it for yourself! Also, we do interviews with authors, radio personalities, actors and even an NBA all-star

Aug 26, 2014

Welcome to the fifth episode of The Horror Express. On this program we have special guest Jim Harold who is the first to brave the train ride from hell. With Jim’s background as a podcaster and paranormal guru he is perfect to handle our topic, which is Being Stalked by a Demon or Ghost. Also, we have a great old time radio tale to share and that was not enough Jason and I take on your emails and tweets. So, if you have the courage press that play button and board the express train that tries to chill you a little and thrill you a little. 

Jim Harold is America’s most popular paranormal podcast host.  With his two free programs, The Paranormal Podcast and Jim Harold’s Campfire, Jim has developed a loyal following that spans the globe. As a result, he has also become a published author with his New Page Books release Jim Harold’s Campfire: True Ghost Stories in 2011.  In 2013, Jim released a sequel: True Ghost Stories: Jim Harold’s Campfire 2. This latest release is currently (as of October 2013), the #1 Supernatural Best Seller on Kindle. He has a third book due out in September of 2014.

Our story comes from Lights Out, which is an extremely popular old-time radio program. It was an early example of a network series devoted mostly to horror and the supernatural, predating Suspense and Inner Sanctum. Versions of Lights Out aired on different networks, at various times, from January 1934 to the summer of 1947 and the series eventually made the transition to television. The Lights Out episode is "Knock at the Door," and tells the story of a woman who is haunted by the ghost of her mother-in-law. It was written by Arch Obler and first aired September 2, 1942.