Ham Radio Mystery

I wrote, produced, and recorded Cornbread Road, a ham radio mystery series in 2010 when it was released one episode per week for thirteen weeks. After a successful run, I removed the files from the server as I never intended it to be continuously available.

But ever since then I have made the thirteen audio files available once a year for a limited run — for those who might have missed it. The audio series is available again right now, but only until the end of the month. On Halloween I’ll pull down the files until next year. Download them now or wait until next year.

It’s all fun, fiction and unlike any ham radio story you’ve ever heard told.


Filed under: Ham Radio Tagged: audio
Jeff Davis, KE9V, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Indiana, USA.

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