On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of Franz Kafka’s A Country Doctor as produced by The Black Mass. This episode first aired August 14, 1964.
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Today we’ll hear again from The Black Mass. This episode is based on a story of the same name written by Lord Dunsany. It’s titled, The Witch Of The Willows and first aired January 29, 1964.[audio:http://archive.org/download/Horror5/TheHorror396.mp3]
The Black Mass aired in the mid-1960’s, and adapted classic horror stories for radio. We’ll hear their adaptation of the M.R. James short story, An Evening’s Entertainment. This one aired October 31, 1964.[audio:http://archive.org/download/Horror5/TheHorror388.mp3]
On this episode we’ll hear again from The Black Mass. A series that aired irregularly from 1963 to 1967 on the west coast. This episode, based on the story by Ambrose Bierce, is titled The Death Of Halpin Frayser. This one aired May 20, 1964.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror4/TheHorror359.mp3]
Today we’ll hear two from The Black Mass, a series suggested by Troy, and one we’ve not heard from in quite a while. First is their adaptation of the Ambrose Bierce story The Boarded Window which aired February 12, 1964. That will be followed by The Haunted House, taken from a story written by Virginia Woolf.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror4/TheHorror349.mp3]
This week our strange tale comes from The Black Mass. From February 29, 1964 we’ll hear All Hallows.
This week it’s a request for The Black Mass. This episode, titled All Hallows, first aired sometime in September of 1963.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror1/TheHorror204.mp3]
We’ve got another radio adaptation of a classic H.P. Lovecraft story this week. From The Black Mass we’ll hear their version of The Outsider. This episode first aired in October 1965.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorrorA/TheHorror187.mp3]
Our horror this week comes from The Black Mass. We’ll hear a radio adaptation of a short story by Henry James titled The Jolly Corner. This episode first aired January 7, 1965.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorrorA/TheHorror169.mp3]