Today’s show begins with Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone and an episode titled Yancey’s Pride from March 9, 1958. Next up is Incredible But True and Letter To A Friend. Bogart and Bacall bring us Bold Venture to finish things off. We’ll hear Russian Roulette from October 4, 1952.
We hear from Theater Five this week. This series aired from 1964 to 1965, five days a week at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. Point Of Impact first aired March 24, 1965.
The Creaking Door brings us Inn Spectre for this week’s strange tale. This series originated in South Africa and aired from the mid 1960’s to perhaps 1970. Exact dates are unknown for the series run, but this episode aired July 27, 1964.
We’ll hear a ghost story on today’s episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. The Ghost Driver first aired April 23, 1974.
This time we’ll hear from a series called Theater Royal that aired in the 1950’s. The Queen Of Spades aired October 4, 1953.
We join Dangerous Assignment for some intrigue on this episode. From April 10, 1950 we’ll hear Recover Underwater Demolition Secrets. Apparently this series had no episode titles, or they’re lost, so one log named each with the assignment in the story.
Broadway Is My Beat presents The Paul Thomas Murder Case from July 28, 1949 to start off this show. Next up as usual is Believe It Or Not. FBI In Peace And War closes our show today with an episode titled Ladies In Lace (begins at 31:23). That episode aired January 20, 1957.
This week we begin with The Zero Hour and Carnival Of Menace from July 23, 1974. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with Dangerous Act. Big Town closes this show with Nightmare House, which first aired January 11, 1949.
Time for some kid’s stuff. We hear from Space Patrol this week, and the episode from December 27, 1952 titled Last Voyage Of Lonesome Lena.