The Whistler starts things off this week with an episode from January 3, 1943 titled The Weakling. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not and Thrifty Nephew. Then it’s John Steele, Adventurer and Long Shot from April 18, 1950.
We’ll hear from the first adult oriented sci-fi series this week, beating out Dimension X by just one month, 2000 Plus. Our episode today first aired July 5, 1950 and it’s titled A Veteran Comes Home.
Over the course of 11 years, and 526 episodes, Inner Sanctum delivered chilling tales of all variety. We’ll sample some of that strangeness with this episode titled The Black Art. This one first aired May 15, 1945.
Beyond Midnight provides our horror this time, and another title mystery. My file has this episode titled The Janissaries, though a check at the episode log at springbokradio.com shows no such title. I think The Dream fits this one, so that is what we’ll go with! That episode aired March 14, 1969.
Ready for an Escape yet? This week we hear from that great series, and an episode titled Three Good Witnesses. This the West coast version, first heard January 31, 1948.
We’ve got another hour of mystery this week beginning with Murder Clinic. From October 6, 1942 we’ll hear The Tragedy Of Marsden Manor. Then after Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, it’s Crime Classics and The Triangle On The Round Table from November 18, 1953.
This week we hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. The Girl Who Found Things first aired January 19, 1974. Then it’s Incredible But True and Intruder On The Earth.
This week we’ve got a series we haven’t heard from before titled Captain Starr Of Space. We’ll hear Citizens Of Mars, which first aired sometime in 1953.
This week our Strange Tales comes from Murder At Midnight. From November 4, 1946 we’ll hear The Heavy Death.
This week we hear a radio version of a classic story by Mary Shelley. From February 20, 1944 and The Weird Circle, here’s Frankenstein.