Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator opens this week’s Case Closed with The Case Of The Borrowed Knife, his story from November 7, 1951. This Is Your FBI follows that with their story from December 27, 1946, Little Tough Guy.
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The FBI In Peace And War is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear their episode from September 8, 1954, Grave Error. After that, we hear Zero Hour, the February 2, 1954, broadcast from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator.
This week’s Case Closed begins with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator with his story, Blood Money. That episode aired on August 24, 1954. 21st Precinct follows that with their broadcast from July 7, 1953, The Nolen Brothers.
Case Closed begins with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe this week. We’ll hear The Soft Spot, his story from September 1, 1950. Then, its Hay Is For Homicide, from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator. That episode aired August 31, 1954.
Sherlock Holmes brings us The Manor House Case to start off this week’s Case Closed. That episode aired sometime in 1945. Then, it’s The Lonely Corner, the November 3, 1953, episode from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator.
This time on Case Closed, we begin with an episode from Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator that aired February 16, 1955, titled, The Moving Target. Then, it’s Once A Crook, a story from Let George Do It that originally aired September 22, 1952.
This week on Case Closed, Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator is up first with, Corpse On The Town, his story from March 9, 1955. Then, we’ll hear The Flying Duck Murders from Nick Carter, Master Detective. That episode was originally heard October 4, 1943.