It’s Cloak And Dagger this week on Relic Radio Thrillers. We’ll hear Operation Sellout, which first aired September 22, 1950.
Case Closed begins this week with Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective. From October 15, 1949 we’ll hear The Bogus Bills Case. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Bulldog Drummond and The Case Of The Fatal Fight. That episode first aired October 14, 1946.
This week it’s another offering of the Orson Welles Radio Almanac. This episode features The Wilde Twins and first aired May 24, 1944.
This week we’ll start out with Rod Serling and The Zero Hour with an episode titled Terror In The Night. Then it’s Incredible But True and The Lady And The Lake. We’ll complete this show with Suspense and The Black Door from November 19, 1961.
This week it’s a South African series titled The Challenge Of Space. From December 1, 1969 we’ll hear Another Galaxy.
This week, by request, we’ll hear from Lights Out. This episode is titled Little Old Lady and was first heard in 1937. The version we’ll hear aired May 25, 1943.
We travel past the creaking door for this episode from Inner Sanctum Mysteries. Skeleton Bay first aired February 5, 1946.
This week we’ll hear from two detectives beginning with Philo Vance. The Idol Murder Case first aired January 25, 1949. Then after a quick Believe It Or Not, it’s Candy Matson, YUkon 2-8209 and The Devil In The Deep Freeze. This one first aired October 10, 1949.
This week we start off with a little adventure from The Man Called X and Warm Welcome, Sudden Death from November 18, 1950. Then it’s Inhuman Monarch from Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with a western tale from Frontier Gentleman and The Shelton Brothers from February 2, 1958.
It’s another visit to The Black Museum for this episode. The series aired from January to December 1952, and somewhere along the line produced this episode titled The Bit Of Frosted Glass.