I had a request for something really scary from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater and I hope this one might come close (really scary is hard to do with these shows!). Here is Stay Out Of Dutchman’s Woods.
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Jane wrote in and requested this episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. It’s titled, The Rise And Fall Of The Fourth Reich, and first aired May 16, 1975.
This week we’ll begin with an adaptation of A Christmas Carol as done by CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Next is Believe It Or Not with Costly Bombardment.
Suspense Replay features their episode from March 13, 1955 titled, The Game.
On today’s show we’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater and one of their episodes from 1978 titled, A Horror Story. Thanks for the suggestion Mary!
More from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater on today’s show. From its first year of broadcast, here’s The Headstrong Corpse. It originally aired August 6, 1974.
Taking care of a request on today’s show. Brad wrote in asking to hear this adaptation of The Tell-Tale Heart as done by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one first aired January 11, 1975.
We close out our vampire stories with the best known of them all, Dracula. This is the first of five broadcasts CBS Radio Mystery Theater would do of the tale. It aired May 2, 1974.
Our stories of the undead continue this week with a story from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater titled, The Walking Corpse. This one aired February 17, 1974.
More vampires this Wednesday with an episode from the Columbia Workshop!
With the second of five vampire stories we’ll hear this month, here’s CBS Radio Mystery Theater with their episode from April 25, 1974 titled, Sunset To Sunrise.
Derek wrote in and asked to hear this great little story from CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Here’s The Real Printer’s Devil, which first aired July 17, 1974. Thanks for the suggestion, Derek.
Wednesday begins our special October programming! A vampire tale each Wednesday, and a story of the not quite dead each Saturday. Hope you enjoy them!