We’ve got two mysteries for you this week! The Molle Mystery Theater begins the show with Night Must Fall from April 12, 1946. Then it’s Town Clock as we Believe It Or Not. ABC Mystery Theater closes out the show this week with No One Will Ever Know.
This week we hear from Escape, and an episode from February 7, 1950 titled The Outer Limit. Next week, tune in for another adventure from SF ’68.
The Sealed Book shares the strange tale this week. From July 15, 1945 we’ll hear The Man With The Stolen Face. Next week we’ll hear from The Weird Circle.
On today’s show we’ll hear the first two of eight commentaries I’ve recently come across. The first, aired June 23, 1946, concerns the Office Of Price Administration closing. The second shares Orson’s thoughts on the atomic bomb tests on the Bikini Islands, and aired June 30, 1946.
Like that silly ghost hunting TV show, we go Lights Out once again this week! From July 20, 1946 we’ll hear The Haunted Cell. Don’t forget this Wednesday’s Horror Replay will feature the last ever episode of Suspense titled Devilstone.
Our thriller this week features the first episode of the first regular season of Suspense. We’ll hear The Burning Court, from June 17, 1942. Tune in this Wednesday on the Horror Replay to hear the very last episode of Suspense, titled Devilstone.
Crime Classics starts things off this week with If A Body Need A Body, Just Call Burke And Hare from December 2, 1953. Then it’s a quickie from Believe It Or Not. We finish off with Sherlock Holmes and The Carpathian Horror.
This week our hour of old time radio begins with Authors Playhouse. From November 13, 1944 we’ll hear The Long Way Round. Then it’s Incredible But True and Handwriting On The Wall. We finish off with The Adventures Of The Falcon, and The Case Of The Raw Deal from December 10, 1950.
We hear a story from Dimension X on the show this week. Actually, it’s the second episode of that series, first aired April 15, 1950, titled With Folded Hands.
We join Orson in the Campbell Playhouse for this episode. From April 14, 1939 we’ll hear The Patriot.