On this episode of The Horror we hear again from Lights Out. The episode is titled Mungarha, and first aired October 27, 1942.
This week we’ll hear Barbara Stanwyck, and Barry Sullivan in the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of Jeopardy. The film was released in 1953, and this radio version on March 15, 1954.
Our horror favorite this week comes from Therese, who wanted to hear an adaptation of The Evil Eye from The Weird Circle. The script was based on the Theophile Gautier story, and aired sometime in the mid 1940’s.
First this week is Anson Leeds Is Dead, an episode from January 17, 1946 by Rogue’s Gallery. Then, after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from Candy Matson, YUkon 2-8209 and Valley Of The Moon,which first aired December 17, 1949 (begins at 31:00).
This week, the CBS Radio Workshop kicks things off with People Are No Good, an episode from September 8, 1957. Then we Believe It Or Not with Invasion Of Normandy. Have Gun Will Travel closes out this show with their episode from February 1, 1959 titled A Matter Of Ethics (begins at 26:25).
On today’s show, we’ll hear another story from The Black Museum. This series shared the stories of items contained in the Crime Museum of Scotland Yard. The featured item, and title of this episode, is A Jar Of Acid. The series aired from January to December 1952.
Our strange tale this week is an adaptation of an 1830 short story written by Mary Shelley titled, The Transformation. The CBS Radio Mystery Theater first aired this episode May 7, 1975.
This week, Ray Milland stars in The Big Clock, a radio adaptation of the film released in April of 1948. This episode is from the Screen Directors Playhouse, and first aired July 8, 1949.