Boston Blackie brings us Oscar Wolfe, Troublemaker to start things off this week. It aired June 11, 1945. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Night Watch. We’ll hear about an “unknown trouble call,” and a burglary call on that episode from December 8, 1954.
The Silver Theater opens this weeks show with Expert Opinion, their episode from April 16, 1939. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Missing Ruby.
Our Suspense Replay this week is Rave Notice, which first aired October 21, 1954.
Dark Fantasy was a short lived series, airing 31 episodes between November 1941 and June of 1942. The stories usually fell into the horror category, as this one may as well, but there’s a sci-fi flavor to this one that fits nicely here. From December 19, 1941 here’s Men Call Me Mad.
Our strange tale this time comes from Suspense. We’ll hear I Saw Myself Running, an episode which first aired May 24, 1955.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear a story based on O. Henry’s The Furnished Room as done by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This adaptation is titled Don’t Die Without Me, and first aired January 13, 1977.
Counterspy aired for 15 years over radio creating over 800 episodes. This episode, titled The Case Of The Visiting Vultures, first aired September 27, 1949.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear from Lights Out. The Sea was one of the earlier scripts used on this show, being aired first September 16, 1936, though the version we’ll hear is most likely from its second airing on March 2, 1943.
Our first episode this week is Luke Larson’s Murder from Stand By For Crime, which aired sometime in the 1950’s. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Mr. And Mrs. North with The Literary Murder. That episode was first heard January 26, 1944.
The Whistler provides another weird trip for us this week with A Matter Of Courtesy, an episode that aired May 13, 1951. Then it’s No Leg To Stand On from Five Minute Mystery.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is titled Lost, and first aired October 14, 1954.
On this episode, we’ll hear a story from X Minus One suggested by Mark. From May 29, 1956 here’s Lulungomeena. Thanks, Mark!