On today’s show we’ll hear some Canadian flavored horror with Theater 10:30. This episode is titled Trespasser’s Will Be Experimented Upon. I don’t have air dates for specific episodes of this series, but it aired from 1968 to 1971.
We’ll hear more from our old friends at Suspense for this week’s thriller. From June 22, 1943 here is The Man Without A Body.
Time for another horror favorite. Riley sent in a suggestion this week for an episode of The Hall Of Fantasy titled The Night The Fog Came. This story was first broadcast February 26, 1951, then again in syndication March 23, 1953. Most surviving episodes come from the 1953 run. Thanks Riley!
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This week, Crime Classics brings us Madeline Smith, Maid Or Murderess from January 20, 1954. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Phyl Coe Mysteries with two shows. First, from September 7, 1937 is The Dead Magician. The second mystery is titled Missing Masterpiece, and aired September 14, 1937 (those begin at 31:57).
We hear from two movie stars this week, both with series of their own, beginning with Glenn Ford in The Adventures Of Christopher London and an episode titled Missing Heiress from February 5, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True with The Monk Of Sawtooth Mountain. We’ll close out with Alan Ladd in Box 13, and an episode titled Three To Die, from January 23, 1949 (begins at 33:58).
This week we’ll hear from Theater Five with an episode titled Terror From Beyond. This one first aired August 5, 1964.
This week we’ll hear from The Clock. This episode, titled Bad Dreams, was written by Lucille Fletcher of Sorry, Wrong Number and The Hitchhiker (among others) fame. This one aired April 25, 1948.
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.