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.
On this episode we hear once again from Creeps By Night. This one is titled The Six Who Did Not Die, and comes from an AFRS recording that aired July 11, 1944.
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.
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us A Very Odd Job for our first show this week. That episode first aired January 30, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Broadway Is My Beat with The Tori Jones Murder Case, which first aired December 10, 1949.
Today’s horror favorite came out of a discussion in the forum. Chianti asked to hear this great episode of Suspense, starring Agnes Moorehead, titled The Yellow Wallpaper. It first aired July 29, 1948.
This show is a bit longer than usual, and brings us two fine stories beginning with Authors Playhouse and Two Of A Kind, which first aired July 28, 1944. Then it’s Incredible But True and Rescue At Sea. We’ll finish off with Studio One, and Payment Deferred which aired July 8, 1947 (begins at 32:40).
This week we revisit an episode from the South African series, SF ’68. This series aired from March, to October of 1968 before being replaced with Beyond Midnight. The episode we’ll hear, titled Quest, first aired July 5, 1968.
Strange Tales is back this week with something from Quiet, Please. From November 17, 1947 we’ll hear Kill Me Again.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us All Living Things Must Die for this episode. The story was written by Mystery Theater regular Elspeth Eric, who wrote 115 other stories for the show, and also appeared as an actress on 13 episodes. This one first aired April 29, 1974.
This week we’ll hear from Dangerous Assignment with Track Down The Ghost Ship, which originally aired March 11, 1953.
Next week, it’s Screen Directors Playhouse.