This week we begin with The Lineup and an episode from January 11, 1951 titled The Mad Bomber. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and Escapade With Paula from January 9, 1949.
This week our hour of fun begins with The Man Called X and an episode from May 18, 1951 titled Enough Intrigue To Fill A Book. Then it’s Incredible But True and Music By Moonlight. We finish with The Key and Night Prowler, from 1956.
We return this week with more Orson Welles in the Campbell Playhouse. From November 5, 1939 we’ll hear The Hurricane.
This week we’ll hear from X Minus One, and an episode titled The Scapegoat. This one first aired August 8, 1957.
This week our strange tale comes from Dark Fantasy. From December 19, 1941 we’ll hear Men Call Me Mad.
This week we join Old Nancy and her cat Satan for another episode of The Witch’s Tale. This one aired in December of 1934, and it’s titled The Hairy Monster. The story was told in two parts, pasted together here for your enjoyment.
The sound quality is not fantastic on this one, but I hope you can enjoy it anyway.
We’ve got a tale of intrigue this week from the files of Cloak And Dagger. Go behind the lines with the OSS and hear Recommendation From Rommel. This episode first aired August 6, 1950.
It’s another Dick Powell double play this week! We’ll begin with Rogue’s Gallery and an episode from November 8, 1945 titled Little Drops Of Rain. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Richard Diamond, Private Detective. We’ll hear The Edna Wolfe Case from August 9, 1950.
The Whistler starts things off this week with an episode from January 3, 1943 titled The Weakling. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not and Thrifty Nephew. Then it’s John Steele, Adventurer and Long Shot from April 18, 1950.
We’ll hear from the first adult oriented sci-fi series this week, beating out Dimension X by just one month, 2000 Plus. Our episode today first aired July 5, 1950 and it’s titled A Veteran Comes Home.