Our story this week was written by Lucille Fletcher for the Columbia Workshop. From July 20, 1942 we’ll hear Someone Else.
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First this week is the Columbia Workshop with an episode from September 14, 1939 titled, The Use Of Man. Then Believe It Or Not brings us Before The Fact.
Suspense Replay continues with Nobody Ever Quits, which first aired March 8, 1955.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear the Columbia Workshop adaptation of the J. Sheridan Le Fanu story, Carmilla. First published in 1872, this tale preceded Dracula by 25 years. The radio version first aired July 28, 1940.
The Columbia Workshop aired its experiments in radio from 1936 to 1943, then again from 1946 to 1947. This episode, The Well Of The Saints, first aired February 19, 1938.
The Columbia Workshop aired its experiments with radio from 1936 to 1943, then again from 1946 to 1947. The episode we’ll hear today aired September 26, 1936. It’s titled The Dream Maker.
We’ll hear from The Columbia Workshop today, with an episode titled Double Exposure. This episode had originally aired February 15, 1940.
This week, we’ll hear an episode based on a story by Oscar Wilde titled, The Fisherman And His Soul. This one first aired May 7, 1938 on the Columbia Workshop.
Columbia Workshop brings us Log Of The R-77 to begin the show this week. This episode first aired May 11, 1941. Then we Believe It Or Not with Castle Of Warning.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is titled Circumstantial Terror, and first aired March 8, 1954 (begins at 30:50).
Our strange tale comes from the Columbia Workshop this week. From December 19, 1936 here’s The Gods Of The Mountain.
Our horror tale on this episode comes from the Columbia Workshop. From September 5, 1937 here is S. S. San Pedro.