On Case Closed this week, Night Beat opens the show with their episode from September 4, 1950 titled, Old Home Week. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares The Louis Spence Case, which first aired March 5, 1950.
The Avenger starts us off this week with, The Key To The City, which first aired September 21, 1945. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of Nothing To Govern. We close with Bold Venture, and their episode titled, The Phyllis Calvert Murders. That one first aired September 10, 1951.
On this episode of Relic Radio Science Fiction, we hear from Quiet, Please with their story from February 2, 1948 titled, The Pathetic Fallacy.
We hear from The Haunting Hour for this week’s strange tale. From 1945, here is their episode titled, Ptolemy’s Grave.
Bronco Is A Nervous Wreck on The Great Gildersleeve this week. This episode originally aired January 17, 1951.
We’ve got another “immortal tale” from The Weird Circle for today’s episode of The Horror. Produced in 1944, here is, The History Of Dr. John Faust.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Our thriller this week is The Case Of The Invisible Insurrectionist, an episode from Counterspy that originally aired December 17, 1950.
On this episode of Into The West, we’ll hear another story from Frontier Gentleman. Here is The Actress, which first aired March 23, 1958.
On Legacy Of Laughs this week, The Mel Blanc Show presents it’s episode from February 25, 1947 titled, Vaudeville Team.
It’s another Dark Fantasy for this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear, The Thing From The Darkness, which first aired April 3, 1942.