It’s another trip Beyond Midnight this week as we hear the first episode of this South African series. Airing November 1, 1968 and based on E. Nesbit’s Man-Size In Marble, here’s The Marble Knights.
This week Relic Radio Thrillers presents a little wartime action from Escape. We’ll hear Operation Fleur de Lis, which first aired July 14, 1947.
Mr. District Attorney brings us The Man With The Gold Teeth to start with this week. That episode originally aired December 5, 1952. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Murder By Experts and I Dreamt I Died from September 12, 1949.
Our horror favorite comes from Mike this week, with one he sent in some time ago. It’s The Sea by Lights Out. This program was first done September 16, 1936 then again on March 2, 1943. I believe this is the 1943 version.
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This weeks show begins with The Key, and an episode from 1956 titled Twenty Years Later. Then Incredible But True shares a quickie titled Mr. Brownings Cufflinks. To close out todays show, Mystery House gives us an episode from November 18, 1945 titled Murder In Paradise.
We’ll hear from Exploring Tomorrow this week, a series that aired rather briefly on Mutual stations from December of 1957 to June of 1958. This episode, titled Overpopulation, aired April 9, 1958.
Our strange tale comes from The Haunting Hour this week. There isn’t tons of information about this show, but many of the episodes survive. We’ll hear The Uptown Express, which first aired sometime in 1945.
The Weird Circle presents The Werewolf for our horror today. It is based on a story by Frederick Marryat, and first aired May 7, 1944.
Join David Harding this week as he answers the call of Counterspy. This episode aired April 27, 1950 and it’s titled The Case Of The Murdered Confessor.
Night Watch kicks off today’s crime stories with Three-Time Loser And Shotgun Boy, an episode from August 17, 1954. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Philo Vance and The Blue Lady Murder Case from September 14, 1948.