Leroy Has Competition is this week’s episode of The Great Gildersleeve. It first aired March 16, 1949.
On this episode, we’ll hear another story from Wyllis Cooper’s Quiet, Please!. This one, titled Never Send To Know, first aired March 8, 1948.
This week, we take a trip on the Orient Express with Escape. This episode first aired February 19, 1949.
This week, The Red Skelton Show brings us Meeting Strangers, an episode from February 12, 1946.
Nick wrote in asking to hear this episode of Suspense titled, Ghost Hunt. It first aired June 23, 1949 (and it’s definitely a favorite around here!).
The show begins with Broadway Is My Beat, and their episode from May 1, 1949 titled, The Mary Murdock Murder Case. After Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear an episode from Mr. Moto titled, The Dead Land. That one first aired June 10, 1951.
The Whistler brings our first story this week with The Hermit, an episode from July 24, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery offers us Home Stretch Homicide.
Suspense Replay features Shooting Star, their episode from November 25, 1954.
This week, it’s the first of a two part adaptation of George R. Stewart’s story, Earth Abides. This first aired November 5, 1950 on Escape.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear more from Suspense. This episode is titled It’s All In Your Mind, and first aired July 20, 1958.
Frontier Fighters was a syndicated series of 15 minute episodes that aired sometime in the 1930’s. From that series we’ll hear Lewis And Clark, and Zebulon Pike.