Rogue’s Gallery starts off the show this week with an episode from April 4, 1946 titled Favor For A Condemned Man. After Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear Frank Sinatra in Rocky Fortune and Rodeo Murder from January 12, 1954.
Karl wrote in asking for some Bela Lugosi so, though it isn’t exactly horror, we’ll hear an episode from Suspense starring Bela today. The Doctor Prescribed Death first aired February 2, 1943. Thanks for the suggestion Karl.
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We hear first from The Whistler this week. The Penalty first aired March 28, 1943. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Funny Election. Obsession closes this episode out with Cousin Charley, which first aired in 1952.
This week we’ll hear what would be the final episode of Dimension X. Nightfall first aired September 29, 1951.
We take our seat next to The Mysterious Traveler this Halloween for the episode from July 27, 1947 titled The Man The Insects Hated.
Tune in next week for another tale from Lights Out!
Happy Halloween! We can’t celebrate without hearing from Vincent Price. Here’s Meeting In Athens from Price Of Fear.
This week we join Steve Mitchell on another Dangerous Assignment. This episode, titled Vienna Mystery, first aired August 2, 1950.
We visit the 21st Precinct to begin the show this week. We’ll hear The Certified 600, which first aired September 8, 1953. After Believe It Or Not, it’s Casey, Crime Photographer and The Demon Miner from March 20, 1947.
Our horror favorite this week was sent in by Christopher who asked for an early episode of The Witch’s Tale. This story first aired March 6, 1933 though this version may have aired later. Here’s Graveyard Mansion.
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Chris asked to hear The Wreck Of The Old ’97 from Suspense this week, so we start with that episode from March 17, 1952. Then it’s The Whereabouts Of Mr. Wadham from Incredible But True. Have Gun Will Travel brings us The Hanging Cross from December 21, 1958 to close out today’s show.