Our 300th offering begins with Crime Classics and their episode from December 16, 1952 titled, John And Judith – Their Crime And Why They Didn’t Enjoy It. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us a Misfit Clue. We close with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Baton Sinister, an episode from September 17, 1949.
We begin with Humphrey Bogart in, The House On 92nd Street. That episode from Stars In The Air was broadcast May 3, 1952. Then it’s One Vote from Believe It Or Not.
Suspense Replay continues on with Waiting, an episode from February 22, 1955.
This week we’ll hear from Escape, a series produced for CBS radio from 1947 to 1954. The Earthmen first aired July 25, 1951.
Our strange tale comes from The Key this week. We’ll hear What Happens When You Die?, which aired sometime in 1956.
We take another trip down The Hall Of Fantasy this time with their episode from July 20, 1953 titled, The Treasure Of Kublai Khan.
On this episode of Relic Radio Thrillers we’ll hear from Suspense with Dime A Dance. This one originally aired January 13, 1944. Thanks for the suggestion Cassandra!
We take The Road To Wickenberg on this episode of Into The West. This is the second entry from Have Gun, Will Travel, and was first broadcast November 30, 1958.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear Arch Oboler present The Devil And Mr. O. This series, which aired from September of 1971 to March of 1972, consisted of rebroadcast episodes of Lights Out shows. We’ll hear Alley Cat, the first of the series, which aired September 17, 1971.
This week, Mr. And Mrs. North begin the show with The Mistaken Countess, an episode from February 2, 1944. Then Five Minute Mystery presents Broken Wheel. We finish off with Murder By Experts and their story from September 12, 1949 titled, I Dreamt I Died.
On this episode, we hear first from Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen with The Ambitious Hostess On South Bridge Road. That one aired January 21, 1948. Then, Believe Ir Or Not tells us a Real Cinderella Story.
The Suspense Replay continues with their episode from February 17, 1955 titled, The Man With The Steel Teeth.