On this episode, we’ll hear Fibber McGee And Molly with a show from February 20, 1940 titled, To Tell The Truth.
We close out our vampire stories with the best known of them all, Dracula. This is the first of five broadcasts CBS Radio Mystery Theater would do of the tale. It aired May 2, 1974.
First this week is Let George Do It with an episode from March 24, 1952 titled, The Greystone Ghost. Then Five Minute Mystery brings us Case Of The Announcer. We close out with Casey, Crime Photographer and Witchcraft. That episode aired February 19, 1948.
This episode features two of the commentaries Welles did for ABC radio in 1946. Included are the July 28, 1946 and August 4, 1946 commentaries. The first is titled Affidavit of Isaac Woodard, and the second is The Peacemakers.
From Theater Five we’ll hear World Enough And Time to start the show off this week. That episode first aired November 10, 1964. Then Five Minute Mystery brings us the Radium Murder Case.
Suspense Replay features a story titled, Final Payment. That one first aired January 13, 1955.
This weeks science fiction story comes from X Minus One. First heard October 24, 1957 here is The Light.
This time on Radio At War, we’ll hear the first episode from The Sound Of War. This one is titled Munich, Victory Without Bloodshed.
We wrap up our month long salute to evil ventriloquist dummies with this one from The Creaking Door. Here’s The Dummy, which first aired May 18, 1964.
In an eerie coincidence, this weeks episode from The Great Gildersleeve is The Haunted House. It first aired April 20, 1949.
We wrap up our stories of the undead with Dead Ernest from Suspense. This is the first of three airings of this story, and was broadcast August 8, 1946.