On this episode of The Horror, Lights Out presents its story from July 13, 1943 titled, Visitor From Hades.
Broadway Is My Beat starts us off this week with The Sherman Gates Murder Case, an episode from December 3, 1949. After that, it’s Alan Ladd in Box 13. We’ll hear Much Too Lucky, which first aired May 1, 1949.
This week, The Molle Mystery Theater starts us off with their episode titled Red Wine. It was originally broadcast March 8, 1946. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Prince’s Cruelty. We close with The Columbia Workshop, and their episode from November 30, 1939 titled, The Wonderful Day.
This week, we hear one of a handful of science fiction stories that aired on Suspense. From September 1, 1957, here is Man From Tomorrow.
Our strange tale comes from Inner Sanctum this week. We’ll hear the April 22, 1944 episode titled, Melody Of Death.
On today’s show, we hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac with its July 5, 1944 episode featuring guest Lana Turner.
We hear from Quiet, Please on today’s episode of The Horror. First airing December 10, 1947, here is Some People Don’t Die.
As is often the case with this series, there are some scratchy areas in the audio. If that bugs you, you might want to pass on this one.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)