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On 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…
 
On this week we have an incredibly creepy story sent in by Faye from Virginia. This one ties an old train station to a haunting with freaky results. Then we have something that we have never heard before. Buck Rogers joins the RAS lineup with a story about a stolen rocket ship and a Gyro-Cosmic Realivator. After you listen to this one I have a chal…
 
On this time we take a look back at the Flying Saucer. Yes, I said a look back. In fact, we head to April 7, 1950, and a CBS news report presented by Edward Murrow. One of the legends of the news business. Also, on the show, we have two brand new listener UFO stories and I pull one of the most amazing tales we have ever had from the archives. So pr…
 
On this week it is all about one of the tallest buildings in the world. What is that you may ask? The Empire State building. We have three stories that take place there including one from listener Paul Hart that is amazing! We also have a brand new Johnny Is It True that just might teach you a thing or two about the building’s history. Our featured…
 
On this time it is all about the lights and dragons too. Sylvia Shults is back with us again for another round of Ghost Stories With Sylvia. However, this time we lean more toward the orb than the ghosts. We close the show with one of my favorite orb encounters titled A Flock Of Orbs. So press that play button and enjoy! Stories Include - Marks Of …
 
On we have some stories about bigfoot. This includes Bigfoot gone fishing, Bigfoot out for a walk and Lowell throws stones at Bigfoot. Also, The Shadow returns to the lineup with an adventure at an underground river. We end the show with a short one from pages of Analog Magazine. It is read for us by Jerome Lawson and is titled Beyond Pandora. Feat…
 
On this time we have a screaming shadow. Yep, you read that right, and it is terrifying. Also, we have a brand new Johnny Is It True and a tale that is a real mind-bender titled An Adventure In The Fourth Dimension. We end the show with a listener request from Alex Greer that is one of my favorite short stories. It is tiled We Didn’t Do anything Wr…
 
On this time we have stories about dreams. Four listeners sent in their night encounters and they are freaky. We have out of body experiences, shadows, doppelgangers, bats, mice and more. These are some of the most eventful tales we have ever had. Also, on the show we have a science fiction classic titled Operation Distress. It comes from the pulp …
 
On this week we have a tribute to both Valentine’s Day and President’s Day. Berklie Apedaile has written a new fantasy story titled A Cherub's Dilemma. Then we visit president Abraham Lincoln in 1865. To round things out Peach tells a tale about a snowplow driver who sees a ghost in a cemetery! Not once, but twice! So press the play button and enjo…
 
On this time we will start off with a return to one of my very favorite science fiction shows. Then we have two of your stories. A phantom mist shocks a young boy and a woman encounters something in the Nevada desert. We follow that up with some classic science fiction from author Ray Bradbury titled The Earthmen. We end the program with a new segm…
 
On this time we begin with a listener's tale from 2001 about a night hike into the Redwoods of California. Spooky! Then Sylvia Shults returns with stories about timeslips. You will hear a tale about a phantom fistfight and a window that only displays scenes from the past. Also on the show, Sylvia joins me for a special audible segment that is both …
 
On we have a story from Alex in Saint Bernard Parish who encounters a couple who drowned during Katrina. Then we play a classic story from director and actor Orson Welles. In this one we learn that it might be best if you tell the truth from the start to avoid unnecessary complications. We end the show with some Dominios history that the company wo…
 
On we have something pretty special. Jason Dowd is back and we take a journey with him to the city of Savannah, GA. You will not believe the ghost stories he experienced while staying at the Planter’s Inn. Also on the show are two listener tales that fall directly into the category of the head scratcher. A postman tries to make a delivery and is ha…
 
On we continue with a year in review from 2020. In part two we conclude with August through December. We have listener stories about bigfoot, pumpkinhead and even a ghost that likes to start fires. There is a classic Sci-Fi story called The Stowaway that is nothing short of amazing. So press that play button and enjoy the show. Featured Story - The…
 
We are close to a new year and I thought that we should do a review. But after the year we have had, and if we are all being honest, do we really want to review it? I for one do not! However, there is something worth our time. This past year has seen more stories than ever submitted to the show. Probably due to our self isolation. We have had more …
 
I hope that you are having a Merry Christmas! This week on I am taking a break from podcasting to be with my family and friends. However, I do have a treat for you. Each year, at this time, we play the classic radio addition of It’s a Wonderful Life Starring Jimmy Stewart. It is my hope that this gem brings you some joy this Christmas season. Featu…
 
On we head back to the home of Sylvia Shults for another round of ghost stories and more. This time we talk about the Monolith’s popping up around the world, have stories about strange dreams, some residual hauntings, and we announce the winners of the halloween contest. Sylvia gives us a peek at her new Lights Out and tells about her upcoming seri…
 
On it is detective week. We have two tales from retired policemen, a strange tornado, and a Johnny Is It True segment with everything from a burning turtle to falling anvils. Our featured story comes from Blake Edwards, the man who invented detective sarcasm. The story is called The Eight O’Clock Killer and is a Richard Diamond - Private Detective …
 
On we have a bundle of them, nine in fact! There are four brand new These Are Your Stories that include everything from a trip to the Stanley Hotel to a wall walking shadow. Featured are two sci-fi pulp mag stories that should make you giggle or at least smile. Then Mother Goose joins us going with a story called, The Accomplished and Lucky Teakett…
 
On this time we have a brand new Five Minute Mystery where diamonds are stolen and a murder committed. Then Jason Dowd joins us for The Paranormal With Jason. We talk about a frightening adventure sent in by Spencer Johnson titled Mantis Man. We end the program with the conclusion to last week's epic science fiction tale The Misplaced Battleship. F…
 
On 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. W…
 
On 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 Messa and then we head to Fort Laramie to hear Captain Quince’s encounter with Yellow Horse at an officer's ball. Featured Story - The Stagecoach Our featured story co…
 
On 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 Fol…
 
On 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…
 
On 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 It True - The Halloween Edition. Berklie Apedaile, a listener from Smithfield, Utah has written a Halloween story for us and it is read by Mark Nelson. …
 
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