Vincent Price is The Saint in our first story this week. From July 2, 1950 we’ll hear The Real Gone Guy. Then, Five Minute Mystery presents Gas Station Shooting. Jack Webb in Pete Kelly’s Blues concludes the show this week with an episode titled June Gould. That one first aired September 12, 1951.
This week, The Avenger opens the show with The Ghost Murder, an episode from August 3, 1945. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with Help Wanted Ad.
Suspense Replay continues with their episode from May 3, 1955 titled, Remember Me.
We hear from Escape this week with their episode from March 29, 1953 titled, The Invader.
This week on Strange Tales, we’ll hear from Wyllis Cooper’s Quiet, Please. From November 21, 1948 here is One For The Book.
As usual with this series, the audio isn’t perfect.
Words At War aired over NBC from 1943 to 1945. This episode, titled War Criminals And Punishment, aired July 4, 1944.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve, titled A Job For Bronco, first aired November 16, 1949.
First this week is an episode from The Haunting Hour titled, No Escape. Then as a bonus episode, we’ll hear The Mahogany Coffin from The Black Chapel. That one appears to have aired in June of 1939.
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.