More from The Campbell Playhouse on this episode. From January 21, 1940 we’ll hear The Citadel.
The Black Mass aired in the mid-1960’s, and adapted classic horror stories for radio. We’ll hear their adaptation of the M.R. James short story, An Evening’s Entertainment. This one aired October 31, 1964.
This weeks it’s a tale of international intrigue courtesy of Dangerous Assignment. We’ll hear Brian Donlevy as Steve Mitchell in, Find Eli Bryant, American Traitor. This episode first aired March 10, 1952.
Our horror favorite today comes from Bill, who wanted to hear Dracula from the Mercury Theater On The Air. This episode, the first of the series, aired July 11, 1938.
Sherlock Holmes begins the show with The Adventure Of The Bloodstained Goddess, an episode from 1949. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s another adventure with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Heat Wave, from April 16, 1949 (begins at 26:15).
We hear first from Box 13 this week, and their episode from February 6, 1949 titled Last Will And Nursery Rhyme. Then Believe It Or Not tells us of True Romance. We’ll conclude with the Sealtest Variety Theater with guest Jimmy Stewart, which first aired May 26, 1949 (begins at 28:57).
We’ll hear again from Theater Five this week, and their episode from January 14, 1965 titled The Wandering Spaceman.
Our strange tale comes from The Sealed Book this week. Produced in 1945 as a summer replacement for The Shadow, this series aired for 26 episdoes. We’ll hear Death Spins A Web, the third in the series, first airing April 1, 1945.
Today, The Weird Circle brings us their adaptation of Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s story The House And The Brain. The story was written in 1859 – this audio version first aired July 15, 1943.
We’ll hear from The Man Called X this week, with an episode from February 10, 1951 titled The Black Of Diamonds.