Time for news, updates and other stuff.
The Horror Express:
We have a new website for the Horror Express. That is not really new news, but we just cleaned things up and gave it a much needed simple URL. You can now type thehorrorexpress.com and bing, bang, bong you are there (Don’t forget the “the”).
Jason and I are working on the new episode of the show. Show number 16’s topic will be: Out Of Body Experiences. Jason will have a very special interview for that show that I can’t wait to hear. Also, the response to the Haunted Doll series has been off the charts and we have more stories and questions from you guys. Thanks for that!
Jason and I know that you want more of The Horror Express podcasts. Jason is a full time radio producer and photographer and I have my editing business. So, we get them done as fast we can. However, starting in late August or early September Jason and I will make use of the HE website and start to publish a blog. We hope that you guys will join us and continue your support there.
Most Often Asked Question to Ron:
I have to say that you guys are becoming more active with the show every week and I love it! Thank-you so much for all of the comments, suggestions and stories! The most often asked question I get is, “how do I get my story to you?” We have talked about this before and I think it is worth going over again. There are basically three ways to tell your story. You can tell it to me and I will write it up, you can write it yourself and send it to me via email (or the contact section of the website), or you can come on the show and tell it live! The choice is yours and I do hope you make that choice. Everyone has some story to tell and we want to hear it.
Did you know that Ron’s Amazing Stories has an archive?
It’s true! I have taken the show over to the Internet Archive and they have provided space to me to store the older episodes. Right now there are about 70ish shows there, but I will be moving more this summer (As soon as figure out how). You can check it out at https://archive.org/details/archived-RAS-episodes.
The Internet Archive, also known as The Wayback Machine, is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
June 29 – C-Chute – (RAS290)
July 06 – Replay Cypherus Canyon With Jim Harold
July 13 – Tale From Development Hell – (RAS291)
July 20 – The Woodwork Couple – (RAS292)
July 27 – Another Science Fiction Week – (RAS293)
August 03 – RAS294 or HE16?