Our thriller comes from Suspense this week. We’ll hear the October 6, 1957 episode titled, Misfire.
Fibber McGee And Molly take over this week’s Legacy Of Laughs with their episode from December 8, 1942 titled, Women Are Taking Over.
Our mid-week horror break comes courtesy of Dark Fantasy this time. We’ll hear the February 13, 1942 episode titled, W Is For Werewolf.
Next time, Escape!
We begin the show this week with Night Watch, and their episode titled, Triangle And Peacemaker from October 14, 1954. Then, Five Minute Mystery presents, The Horse Stable Murder. We close with Mr. And Mrs. North this time, and their episode from March 11, 1952 titled, Don’t Cry Wolf.
The Zero Hour begins the show this week with their episode titled, A Favor You Can’t Refuse. That one aired May 31, 1974. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of The Queen With A Short Memory. The Saint closes out today’s program with his episode titled, The What-Not What Got Hot. That episode first aired March 4, 1951.
More from X Minus One on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. We hear the episode from January 23, 1957 titled, Open Warfare.
Next week, another story from Theater Five.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we hear from the CBS Radio Workshop with their story titled, Time Found Again. This originally aired September 15, 1957.
We hear the second episode from The Lives Of Harry Lime this time. Titled See Naples And Run, this one first aired August 10, 1951.
We hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater on this episode of The Horror. From May 2, 1978 it’s The Figure In The Moonlight. This adaptation was based on the M.R. James story The Mezzotint, first published in 1904.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
We hear from Lights Out on this episode of The Horror. The story is titled The Spider, and aired May 18, 1943.