More from X Minus One on this week’s episode of Relic Radio Science Fiction. We’ll hear Honeymoon In Hell, an episode that first aired December 26, 1956.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear a story produced for The Molle Mystery Theater. This is the Armed Forces Radio Service version of the story, shared by their Mystery Playhouse series, which aired October 10, 1945. Here is, Angel Face.
We’ll hear a story written by Lucille Fletcher, and produced by The Mercury Summer Theater on the show this time. From July 12, 1946, here is The Search For Henri Lefevre.
Gildy Needs Sleep on this episode of The Great Gildersleeve. It first aired January 10, 1951.
The recent news story about a ship with a bit of a rat problem prompted a request for this classic horror story. From Suspense, and starring Vincent Price, here’s their November 11, 1956 production of Three Skeleton Key.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
On this week’s installment of Relic Radio Thrillers, we hear from The Chase. From March 15, 1953, here is The Lady Is A Corpse.
More from The Red Skelton Show on Legacy Of Laughs this week. We’ll hear Life Of A Fireman, which first aired September 30, 1947.
On this episode, we’ll hear Peter Lorre in, The Mask Of Medusa. This episode from Mystery In The Air was first heard September 4, 1947.
We hear from Murder Clinic to start the show off this week. From August 11, 1942, here’s Governor Of Cape Haitian. Then, The Crime Club tells the story of The Grey Mist Murders. That episode first aired April 10, 1947.
Our hour begins with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen this week. We’ll hear The Spaniard And The Lascar Pirates from July 17, 1947. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us about the Oldest Language. We close with the CBS Radio Workshop, and its episode from August 3, 1956 titled, Subways Are For Sleeping.