From the Tokyo studios of Armed Forces Radio circa 1961, we’ll hear from Macabre on today’s show. This episode is titled The House In The Garden and first aired December 4, 1961.
This week it’s The Chase, and an episode from January 11, 1953 titled Professor Calvin And The Voice.
This week we begin with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Song Of Death from December 26, 1951. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dragnet with Max Tyler, Escaped Convict from January 5, 1950.
Orson Welles reprised his role as Harry Lime from The Third Man in this radio series from 1951. These stories take place before the movie, as we all know how that ended. Here is the 17th episode, titled Horse Play from November 23, 1951.
This week it’s Destination Moon by Dimension X. Based on a story by Robert Heinlein, and a movie released later the same year, this episode first aired June 24, 1950.
Our horror story this week comes from The Hermit’s Cave. The series aired sometime in the 1940’s, and this episode is titled Castle By The Sea.
This week we’ll hear from Diary Of Fate. Each entry in the diary was a different person, and this episode tells the tale of Nelson Walker. This one first aired June 15, 1948.
This week we begin with Candy Matson, YUkon 2-8209 and NC9-8012 from January 2, 1950. Then after Ripley’s it’s Murder By Experts and Two Coffins To Fill from July 4, 1949.
This week we revisit The Black Museum, a show hosted and narrated by Orson Welles that aired in 1952. The episode is titled The Telegram.