The show begins with Jeff Regan, Investigator this week. From October 19, 1949 we’ll hear The Lady From Brazil. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar will close out this show with The Templeton Matter from February 7, 1957 (begins at 31:10).
We’ll hear again from The Campbell Playhouse on this episode. Liliom first aired October 22, 1939.
Favorite Story starts this episode off with The Strange Mister Bartleby from July 17, 1948. Then it’s Incredible But True and The Skull Of Bettiscomb, before we hear Hollywood Star Playhouse and A Question Of Time from September 18, 1950. That episode starts at 31:53 if you’d like to skip the first.
X Minus One brings us a story this week which first aired June 20, 1957. Here’s Inside Story.
Our strange tale comes from Lights Out this week. Oxychloride X was first heard in January of 1938, but this version aired February 16, 1943.
Next week it’s another mystery lurking behind The Creaking Door!
This week we’ll hear from the South African series, Beyond Midnight. This episode, titled Turning To Marble, first aired September 26, 1969. The series itself ran from November of 1968, to April of 1970.
We hear this week from a series I haven’t played before titled The Adventures Of Frank Race. We’ll hear the first episode, The Adventure Of The Hackensack Victory, which first aired May 1, 1949.
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.