This week we’ll hear from Quiet Please, a series usually heard on The Horror, with one of their sci-fi episodes titled The Pathetic Fallacy. This one first aired February 2, 1948.
For today’s show we’ll revisit the Orson Welles Theater for an episode that first aired December 22, 1941. This one features three performances beginning with Nativity From St. Luke’s, followed by The Happy Prince, and concluding with a poem by G.K. Chesterton.
This week we’ve got a weird little tale from Inner Sanctum. The Story Of Murder Mansion aired March 27, 1950.
This week we join Suspense for an episode from December 21, 1944 titled The Brighton Strangler.
This week we begin with Calling All Cars and an episode from July 9, 1935 titled Murder By Blueprint. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and Ace High Straight from December 12, 1948.
This week our hour of old time radio begins with Number 13 from Night Beat, which originally aired March 6, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True and Death Makes A Landing. We’ll finish off with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen and Street Of Weeping Women from August 14, 1947.
This week we’ll hear again from Space Patrol. This episode, titled City Of The Sun, first aired November 8, 1952.
This week we’ll hear from a short-lived horror series titled Dark Fantasy. From March 13, 1942 it’s Superstition Be Hanged.
This week we’ll hear from a series titled Obsession. There doesn’t seem to be much info around regarding this one, other than it aired in 1952. I believe the episode we’ll hear is titled Amnesia, though the file was named Terrible Obsession. But what’s really in a name? Enjoy!
This week our tales of crime begin with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and The Fred Sears Murder Case from June 19, 1949. Then after Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, it’s Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Catskills Cover-Up from February 9, 1954.