We join David Harding, Counterspy for our thriller this week. Here is The Case Of The Magic Murder, first heard April 4, 1950.
More from The Six Shooter this time. We’ll hear the third episode of that series which is titled, The Stampede. This one first aired October 4, 1953.
It’s The Fred Allen Show this week. We’ll hear the episode which first aired October 28, 1945 titled, Charlie McCarthy Sues For Slander.
Our mid-week horror break comes courtesy of Suspense this time. We’ll hear The Dead Sleep Lightly, which first aired March 30, 1943.
This week, Candy Matson YUkon 2-8209 brings us The Donna Dunham Case to begin the show. That episode aired April 4, 1949. After that is Five Minute Mystery with Snap Judgement. To close we’ll hear Jeff Regan, Investigator with The Man In The Door, which first aired August 28, 1948.
Theatre Royal begins the show this week with their episode from October 18, 1953 titled, The Tale. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Holy Beach.
Suspense Replay continues on with Sight Unseen, which first aired April 26, 1955.
This week, X Minus One presents their episode from January 2, 1958 titled, Prime Difference.
On this episode we’ll one of a handful of appearances Orson Welles made on Suspense. This one, based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost Special, first aired September 30, 1943.
Our strange tale comes from The Creaking Door this week. This series took to the air in the mid-1960’s in South Africa. We’ll hear Midnight Express, their episode from January 25, 1965.
This week it’s Birthday Tea For Marjorie on The Great Gildersleeve. This episode originally aired November 9, 1949.