The Columbia Workshop is up first on this episode of the Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear their story titled Double Ugly, which first aired November 30, 1941. Then, The Philip Morris Playhouse brings us a story with Vincent Price called, Murder Needs An Artist. This story was first heard May 6, 1950.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, Suspense shares its broadcast from February 1, 1959, titled, Return To Dust.
It’s The Zero Hour on this week’s Strange Tales. From July 10, 1974, here’s The Ghost Of The Black Plague.
This time on The Horror, we’ll hear a story written by Ray Bradbury and performed on the Radio City Playhouse. Titled, The Wind, this episode was first broadcast October 30, 1949.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
This week on Relic Radio Thrillers, we’ll hear the June 16, 1950, broadcast from Escape. This episode is titled, Serenade For A Cobra.
This week on Case Closed, Let George Do It starts us off with, A School Of Sharks. That story first aired January 7, 1952. Then, it’s The Lonesome Lady, an episode from Jeff Regan, Investigator that aired July 24, 1948.
This time on the Relic Radio Show, High Adventure opens the show with The Hill, their story from July 30, 1950. Then, NBC University Theater shares its August 20, 1949, episode titled, The Crusaders.
Relic Radio Science Fiction features X Minus One this week. Here’s the story from April 10, 1967, titled, Something For Nothing.
Our strange tales comes from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater this week. We’ll hear their January 30, 1976, broadcast titled, Castle Kerfol.
We hear from Lights Out on this episode of The Horror. From December 29, 1942, here’s their story titled, Valse Triste.