We visit The Hermit’s Cave again this week for an episode titled Hanson’s Ghost. I don’t have specific airdates for this show, but it sounds like it aired sometime during World War II.
We’ll hear an episode from The Clock suggested by Sunny. Reference Please first aired January 5, 1947.
This we begin with Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Messenger For Murder. This one first aired November 10, 1953. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s 21st Precinct and The Shooting Gallery from September 29, 1953.
Cabin B-13 starts things off this week with an episode from December 12, 1962 titled The Bride Vanishes. Then it’s Incredible But True and Two Heads Are Better. We finish off with David Harding, Counterspy and The Case Of The Spectrograph from December 3, 1950.
This week we’ll hear from Suspense, and one of their sci-fi themed episodes. From April 1, 1962 here’s You Died Last Night.
We take another trip behind The Creaking Door for our tale this week. From November 23, 1964 we’ll hear The Isle Of Lost Souls. Next week, it’s another tale from The Mysterious Traveler!
We’ll hear from The Witch’s Tale this week. This series aired on WOR, and Mutual stations in syndication from 1931 to 1938. The episode we’ll hear first aired August 27, 1935 and it’s titled The Knife Of Sacrifice.
It’s an episode from The Whistler for this weeks thriller. This one first aired September 3, 1943, and it’s titled Destiny.
This week we’ll begin with Nick Carter, Master Detective and an episode from February 19, 1944 titled Death After Dark. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s I Was A Communist For The FBI and Treason Comes In Cans, from December 17, 1952.
The show begins with Arch Oboler’s Plays this week. From October 4, 1945 we’ll hear Mr. Miller. Then it’s the Greatest Lover from Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with The Six Shooter, and Jenny from September 20, 1953.