Wyllis Cooper and Ernest Chapell bring us Quiet, Please for today’s horror. From May 10, 1948 we’ll hear There Are Shadows Here. As with many Quiet, Please episodes the audio quality leaves a little to be desired, but I’ve done what I can with it, and hope you’ll enjoy it.
We’ll hear from Dangerous Assignment this week, a series that ran on NBC from the summer of 1949 to July of 1953. This episode aired December 16, 1950 and it’s titled Recover Civil War Map.
Holden wrote in asking for a werewolf story, so I dug this one up out of the archive from Dark Fantasy. W Is For Werewolf first aired February 13, 1942.
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The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe brings us The Strangle Hold to begin with this week. That one aired October 15, 1949. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s 21st Precinct and The Book, which aired June 9, 1954 (begins at 31:48).
The Avenger starts off the show this week with Rendezvous With Murder, their episode from June 22, 1945. Next up is Believe It Or Not with Women’s Hats. We finish off with The Adventures Of Superman, and a second set of audition shows from 1939 titled The Shark (begins at 29:52).
This week we revisit an episode from The Challenge Of Space we first heard a few years ago. It’s 10 Miles To The Moon, and first aired on this South African series July 7, 1969.
We’ll continue our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime this time with the 34th episode, titled Faith, Lime, And Charity. This show aired March 21, 1952.
Theater Five brings the strangeness this week with My Other Self. This one first aired August 27, 1964. The series aired on ABC for 260 episodes, from August 1964 to July 1965.
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.