On this episode we hear from The Hall Of Fantasy, and a science fiction tale from April 20, 1953 titled, Out Of The Sky.
We’ll hear from The Clock this week, a series first produced for ABC which ran from 1946 to 1948. It was revived by the Australian Broadcasting Company in 1955. From the Australian edition, here’s The Past Or The Present, from February 14, 1956.
Death Valley Days was a long running radio, and later television, series produced between 1930 and 1945. The episode we’ll hear today aired June 17, 1938. Here’s The Burro With No Name.
Derek wrote in and asked to hear this great little story from CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Here’s The Real Printer’s Devil, which first aired July 17, 1974. Thanks for the suggestion, Derek.
Wednesday begins our special October programming! A vampire tale each Wednesday, and a story of the not quite dead each Saturday. Hope you enjoy them!
On this episode we’ll hear Brian Donlevy as Steve Mitchell in Dangerous Assignment. This episode, titled Investigate Millionaire Murder Conspiracy, first aired August 6, 1949.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from Lights Out with their story titled, Little Old Lady. Originally heard in November of 1937, this recording is most likely from a rebroadcast done May 25, 1943.
Rogue’s Gallery begins the show this week with Special Added Attraction from January 31, 1946. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Crime Classics and The Hangman And William Palmer – Who Won?. That episode first aired October 7, 1953.
This week the show starts off with a series I don’t think we’ve heard here yet. From The Story Of Dr. Kildare, we’ll hear Philip Van Court, Traumatic Amnesia which aired January 31, 1946. Then it’s a Five Minute Mystery titled, Blind Confession.
Suspense Replay features The Shot, their episode from December 2, 1954.
We’ll conclude the adaptation of Earth Abides this week. This one aired on Escape November 12, 1950.
More from Wyllis Cooper’s Quiet, Please! today. This episode was first broadcast January 23, 1949. It’s titled Summer Goodbye.