We hear from Escape on today’s show. Featuring Paul Frees, and first airing October 22, 1947, here’s their version of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
Herbert Marshall plays Ken Thurston, The Man Called X, on today’s offering. We’ll hear Dirty Racket, which first aired January 29, 1952.
This episode features a radio adaptation of The Monkey’s Paw, as requested by Jesus, and produced for Favorite Story. It first aired September 28, 1948.
Boston Blackie begins this episode with Blood On Blackie’s Sleeve, which first aired September 20, 1945. Then we complete the last of our Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar serials with parts 4 and 5 of The Flight Six Matter. These episodes originally aired February 2, and February 3, of 1956.
John Steele, Adventurer begins this show with Detour, which first aired February 28, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True and Where There’s Smoke. We finish off with The Haunting Hour and No Escape, which aired sometime in the mid to late 40’s (begins at 33:13). Sorry about the sound quality on that one.
This week we hear from X Minus One, and an episode from February 27, 1957 titled Real Gone.
By request, we’ll hear an episode from Eye’s Aloft on today’s show. This one, titled The Santa Maria Idea, first aired November 23, 1942.
This week’s Strange Tale comes from The Mysterious Traveler, a Mutual program that aired for 370 episodes between 1943 and 1952. This episode, titled Death Is The Judge, first aired June 15, 1947.
Warning: This one sounds really rough! Continuing our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime, we’ll hear the 33rd episode titled Violets, Sweet Violets. This one aired March 14, 1952.
More from Lights Out on this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear The Devil’s Due, which first aired April 26, 1939.