This week Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us Murder Island from January 9, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Lineup and Lewis Black, Again from June 26, 1951.
The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe brings us The Case Of The Dear Dead Lady to start off this episode. That one first aired November 3, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True and Two Men In The Moon. Odds On The Tower from Theater Five completes this episode, and first aired October 28, 1964.
This episode features one of ten stories created for An American In England, a series written by Norman Corwin, and produced by Edward R. Murrow. This episode is titled Cromer, and first aired December 1, 1942.
Escape offers up our strange tale this week. We’ll hear their adaptation of Algernon Blackwood’s short story Ancient Sorceries. He first published the story in 1908, Escape broadcast this version February 21, 1948.
We hear from one of the early radio horror series this week with The Witch’s Tale. The Bronze Venus was first heard in 1931, though the version we’ll hear was a two-part episode presented in August of 1935.
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We hear one of my favorite episodes from The Hall Of Fantasy this week. The Shadow People first aired September 5, 1952.