Suspense provides the strangeness this week. We’ll hear their episode from March 2, 1944 titled Portrait Without A Face.
Dark Fantasy was a short-lived series that aired for 31 episodes between November 1941, and June of 1942. From it we’ll hear The Thing From The Darkness, which first aired April 3, 1942.
This week we’ll hear from a British series titled Spycatcher. One Must Die, the first episode of the series, aired September 7, 1960.
We Stand By For Crime to begin this weeks show. From that series we’ll hear The Clueless Crime Spree from 1953. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Last we hear from The Casebook Of Gregory Hood with South Of The Border, which first aired July 15, 1946 (begins at 26:03).
This weeks hour of radio drama begins with an episode from Theater Five titled Ring Of Evil. That one first aired August 19, 1964. Then it’s Incredible But True with Death Notice. We close with Vincent Price as The Saint in The Fake Amnesia Killer, which first aired November 13, 1949 (begins at 26:36).
Based on the short story by Carl Stephenson, Escape produced an adaptation of Leiningen Versus The Ants for their January 14, 1948 broadcast. The story was also adapted for the film The Naked Jungle with Charlton Heston. Sadly, Mr. Heston isn’t in this one!
We’ll hear from a short-lived series from 1950 called Top Secret on this episode. Here’s the first show, titled Night Train To Berlin, which first aired June 11, 1950.
Hosted by Peter Lorre, Nightmare aired from 1953 to 1954. The episode we’ll hear is titled The Hollow Footsteps, and first aired February 3, 1954.