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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

Apr 8, 2021

On Ron’s Amazing Stories we have a Near Death Experience from Chad and a story from Darren that just might have you believing in the paranormal (or least wanting a shave and a haircut). Our featured story is engaging to say the least. It is about a dog, a boy, and an event that occurred 800 years ago. The cool part is that it is read for us by our old friend Mark Nelson. I think you are going to like it. We end the program with a history lesson from ancient Egypt circa 1152bc. So, press the play button and enjoy the show.

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Featured Story - Dead Man's Planet

Our featured story is captivating. It first appeared in Galaxy Science Fiction in February of 1955. It is not like anything we have had before on the podcast. It presents a picture of the future that probably represents what space travel and planet-hopping will be like. It was written by William Morrison and is read for us by Mark Nelson.  The story is titled Dead Man's Planet.

When a driven man arrives at a cemetery world,
what else can it be but the journey's end or
the start of a new one?

Other Stories Include: The Rawlings Murder, The Singularity Trap, The Dark Shadow And The Laundry Basket, Grandpa's Last Wish, Dead Man's Planet, and A Strike In 1152 BC

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