Relic Radio Thrillers features Diary Of Fate this week. Here’s the May 1, 1948, broadcast titled, The Darrell James Entry.
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The Relic Radio Show begins with Box 13 this week. We’ll hear House Of Darkness, which first aired July 3, 1949. Then, we open the Diary Of Fate for The Stanley Becker Entry. That one is dated April 17, 1948.
This episode of The Relic Radio Show starts off with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen and their story titled, The Green Tourist And The Temple Bell, which first aired December 3, 1947. Next up is Believe It Or Not with Home Sweet Home. We close with an episode from Diary Of Fate titled, The Janice Bennett Entry. That one aired March 13, 1948.
This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with Diary Of Fate. We’ll hear the May 4, 1948, episode titled, The David Dexter Entry. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Costliest Tree. We close with a story from The Unexpected titled, Mercy Killing. That one was originally broadcast April 11, 1948.
The Haunting Hour starts us off with their episode titled, Bird Of Death. That’s followed up by Experience In Death from Believe It Or Not. We close with The Diary Of Fate, and The Entry Of Paul Reese, from March 23, 1948.
This episode of Diary Of Fate, titled Joe Mattock Entry, first aired March 16, 1948. This series aired from September 1947 to May 1948.
Diary Of Fate presents our thrilling tale this week. We’ll hear the Rolly Andrews Entry, which first aired April 24, 1948.
Diary Of Fate brings us The Craig Norton Entry for our first episode this week, which originally aired April 20, 1948. Then it’s Premonition from Incredible But True.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is The Girl In Car 32, and it first aired March 15, 1954 (begins at 33:31).
On this episode, we’ll hear from Diary Of Fate. This series aired from September 1947 to May 1948 over ABC radio. We’ll hear the episode from February 27, 1948 titled The Henrik Potenoff Entry.
Diary Of Fate starts the show this week with The Marvin Thomas Entry, which first aired June 8, 1948. Next up is Incredible But True with Requiem. To close, it’s Zero Hour and Death Is The Puppeteer from May 24, 1974.