On this episode, we’ll join E.G. Marshall for another tale from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one, titled The Spectral Bride, first aired September 26, 1974.
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We’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater today, with an episode from February 2, 1974 titled A Ghostly Game Of Death. Hosted by E.G. Marshall for seven of its eight-year run, the series produced 1,399 episodes.
Rick suggested this episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater for the show this week. It’s The Frontiers Of Fear, and first aired August 13, 1974.
Our horror favorite this week comes from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. First airing March 12, 1974 here is A Sacrifice In Blood.
Our strange tale this week is an adaptation of an 1830 short story written by Mary Shelley titled, The Transformation. The CBS Radio Mystery Theater first aired this episode May 7, 1975.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us All Living Things Must Die for this episode. The story was written by Mystery Theater regular Elspeth Eric, who wrote 115 other stories for the show, and also appeared as an actress on 13 episodes. This one first aired April 29, 1974.
This week it’s another visit with the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. From April 11, 1979 we’ll hear The Charnel House. Next week brings us another ride with The Mysterious Traveler.
This week’s thriller features a radio adaptation of The Hound Of The Baskervilles, as requested by Janece, from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one first aired March 1, 1977.
Kind of a special show today. Jon requested any headless horseman stories I was able to find, and as luck would have it there are a couple. First, from CBS Radio Mystery Theater is The Headless Hessian, which first aired September 23, 1975. Then it’s Favorite Story with The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow from May 29, 1948.
This weeks strange tale features a request for The Long, Long Sleep by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Next week it’s another ride with The Mysterious Traveler.