This week old Nancy brings us another offering from The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Flying Dutchman, a story first aired February 1, 1932, then again in April of 1934.
This week we begin with Jack Webb (though he sounds kind of weird in this one) in Pete Kelly’s Blues. This episode, titled Vita Brand, first aired September 5, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and Everything Shipshape from March 27, 1949 (begins at 28:50).
“J” wrote in looking for a good ghost story, and I hope this one fits the bill. We’ll hear Lanceford House from Beyond Midnight (previously known as The Green Vase). This episode first aired January 24, 1969.
We start off with little adventure from Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen this week. From January 28, 1948 it’s The Bubble Dance And The Buccaneers. Then Incredible But True tells us about Familiar Streets. The Key closes this show out with Extension Of Time from 1956 (begins at 32:45).
This week we’ll hear from Quiet, Please. The episode, titled Three, first aired November 10, 1947. Like many episodes from this series the audio quality isn’t perfect throughout.
We heard from Vincent Price and Peter Cushing last week, so how about a little Peter Lorre for today’s show? From Mystery In The Air, we’ll hear Mask Of Medusa which first aired September 4, 1947.