This week we begin with Expense Account, an episode from the Author’s Playhouse that first aired October 30, 1944. Next it’s Incredible But True and The Vanishing Clergyman. We’ll finish off with Suspense and an episode starring Agnes Moorehead titled Don’t Call Me Mother. That one originally aired January 4, 1959.
This week it’s another exciting radio adventure with Space Patrol! First airing December 6, 1952 we’ll hear Space Shark.
With a title like Secret Of The Mausoleum, this episode of The Creaking Door promises to fit right in with our strange tales here. This series originated from South Africa, and first aired this episode February 1, 1965.
It’s been awhile since our last trip down The Hall Of Fantasy, so we return this week with an episode from that series titled The Jewels Of Kali. This episode originally aired June 15, 1953.
Our thriller this week takes us once again to The Whistler. From March 12, 1950 we’ll hear Strange Meeting.
We begin this week with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and The Hartford Alliance Matter from August 10, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s I Was A Communist For The FBI and No Second Chance. That one first aired November 5, 1952.
This week we’ll start things off with a little western style from Frontier Gentleman. From February 9, 1958 we’ll hear Charlie Meeker. Then it’s Exploding Casket from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. The Adventures Of Dick Cole closes this episode with Murder At Gray’s Castle from 1946.
This week we’ll hear from Escape and an episode from February 7, 1950 titled The Outer Limit.
Our strange tale this week was based on a story by H.G. Wells titled In The Abyss. From the CBS Radio Mystery Theater, we’ll hear City Of The Dead. This episode first aired November 11, 1976.
Beyond Midnight serves up the horror this week with an episode first aired November 22, 1968 titled The Phantom Coach. This series aired from January 1968, to April of 1970.