The Whistler serves up the thrills this week with The Black Book. This episode first aired April 28, 1947. Don’t forget, no new shows for the week of August 23rd to 30th.
Crime And Peter Chambers starts things off this week with Charles Avon, Druggist. This episode first aired April 13, 1954. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s In The Name Of The Law and Red Ryan’s Prison Break, from June 21, 1936.
We start with a little Obsession this week, and an episode titled On The Wild Sea. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and 19th Century Superman. We close with The Adventures Of The Falcon, and The Case Of The Flaming Club from May 6, 1951.
We’ll hear the 26th episode of The Lives Of Harry Lime, a radio prequel to The Third Man. This episode, titled 5,000 Pengoes And A Kiss, first aired January 25, 1952.
This week we’ll hear Target One, from X Minus One. This episode first aired December 26, 1957.
Yet again we take a seat next to The Mysterious Traveler, and hear a weird tale. This one first aired June 15, 1947, and it’s titled Death Is The Judge.
This week we’ll hear a classic radio adaptation, of a classic horror story. First airing sometime in the 1930’s, we’ll hear Frankenstein from The Witch’s Tale.
Next week, come back for another episode of The Hall Of Fantasy.
It’s intrigue and adventure this week with Dangerous Assignment. We’ll hear Nazi Buzz Bomb Plans, which first aired February 24, 1951. That may not be the official title of this episode, most are unknown, but it reflects the story line.
We start off today with Candy Matson, YUkon-28209 and an episode from July 7, 1949 titled The Cable Car Case. Then it’s Believe It Or Not, before we hear Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and The Paper Bullets from December 5, 1951.
We go all western this week! Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone starts things off with the first episode of that series titled Duel On The Trail, which first aired February 23, 1958. Then it’s Incredible But True and Here Will You Lie. Frontier Gentleman closes out this episode with The Honky-Tonker’s from February 16, 1958.