It’s Suspense this week on Relic Radio Thrillers. We’ll hear the February 16, 1943, broadcast, In Fear And Trembling.
This week on Legacy Of Laughs, William Powell joins The Sealtest Variety Theater. This was originally broadcast September 23, 1948.
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear his September 15, 1957, story, The JPD Matter. After that, it’s This Is Your FBI with, Crime In The Roaring 20’s, their broadcast from January 4, 1946.
This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with Four Star Playhouse and their story, The Incredible Anna Lee. That broadcast was first heard August 21, 1949. Then, Theater Five shares their episode from October 29, 1964, titled, A Nightmare.
Another story from X Minus One on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. From April 17, 1957, here is, The Discovery Of Morniel Mathaway.
Strange Tales features an episode from The Weird Circle this week. Here’s, The Black Parchment, a story first heard March 30, 1945.
This time on Orson Welles On The Air we hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac. This broadcast, featuring Monty Woolley, was first heard April 12, 1944.
Dave wrote in and requested this episode from The Hall Of Fantasy, titled, The Masks Of Ashor. This story was first heard March 9, 1953.
We hear from Counterspy on this episode of Relic Radio Thrillers. Here’s, The Case Of The Foreign Fires, their broadcast from October 13, 1950.
Mystery Is My Hobby is up first on this week’s Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, Clearing Peter Wade, which first aired in 1947. Then, we Let George Do It. We’ll hear his September 15, 1952, story, Human Nature.