For twenty years Suspense produced a wide range of radio drama, sometimes touching on science fiction like the episode we’ll hear today. Here’s The Invisible Ape, which first aired June 8, 1958.
We’ll hear from The Haunting Hour this week. This series apparently aired from March 1945, to May of 1946 though individual episode air dates are not known. We’ll hear The Thought.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall Of The House Of Usher. This episode was originally produced by NBC Short Story, but never broadcast. The series aired from February 1951, to May 1952.
The Man Called X aired from 1944 to 1952, first over CBS radio, then over NBC (and doing that back and forth once again). Starring Herbert Marshall as Ken Thurston, we’ll hear Passport To Danger. This episode first aired March 7, 1948.
I had a request for more Hawk Durango, but it turns out the one we heard was all I could find. But, Hawk Durango became Hawk Larabee after its first seven episodes. From that series, we’ll hear Tillie McGoon And The Preacher. This one first aired February 7, 1948.
Thanks to Kevin Macleod for our closing music, Cattails.
By request, we’ll hear two from The Strange Dr. Weird this time. First, an episode titled The Dark Wings Of Death, which first aired February 6, 1945. Following that is The Man Who Played Dead. That episode aired May 1, 1945.
Sherlock Holmes is on the case, and offers up our first episode this week. It’s titled The Blood Soaked Wagon, and first aired in 1949. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan with The Man They All Loved. That episode originally aired June 5, 1949.