On this episode, Theater 10:30 brings us a story adapted from E.F. Benson titled, The Thing In The Hall. No specific air date for this one, but the series was produced between 1968 and 1971.
We begin with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator this week with an episode titled, The Judge And The Champ from October 17, 1951. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us The Fine Art Of Murder. To close, it’s Crime Classics with The Incredible Trial Of Laura D. Fair. That show first aired August 17, 1953.
Bogie and Bacall begin the show this week with The Terminal Key from Bold Venture. That episode originally aired September 3, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Ponderous Book.
Suspense Replay continues on with I Saw Myself Running, their episode from May 24, 1955.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, Exploring Tomorrow brings us The Adventure Of The Beauty Queen. This episode first aired February 21, 1958.
Every now and again I get an inquiry about radio adaptations of stories by H.P. Lovecraft. I had in the past made them available for download in a small collection, but it seems during one of the many redesigns the file was ‘lost’.
Here, once again, is the collection of four Lovecraft stories adapted for radio. The Dunwich Horror, The Outsider, Rats In The Walls, and Beyond The Wall Of Sleep.
On this episode, we’ll hear from The Mercury Summer Theater Of The Air with King Lear. This episode first aired September 13, 1946. This was the last episode of the last incarnation of the Mercury Theater.
We’ve got two stories from The Strange Dr. Weird this week. First, Stand In For Death, which aired December 26, 1944. Then, The Tiger Cat, first heard January 2, 1945.
Bronco Bows Out is this week’s episode of The Great Gildersleeve. It first aired December 7, 1949.
Today’s episode of The Horror aims to keep you in Suspense. This episode, from that long running series, is titled Return To Dust. It first aired February 1, 1959.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from Dark Fantasy. This episode, titled Spawn Of The Subhuman, first aired February 27, 1942. It may be the most ridiculous episode they ever produced!