This week on Strange Tales, we’ll hear from The Haunting Hour. Homicide House was the 1944 audition for the series, though this may be a later broadcast of the story.
We’ll hear from The Haunting Hour this week. This series apparently aired from March 1945, to May of 1946 though individual episode air dates are not known. We’ll hear The Thought.
It’s The Haunting Hour to start the program this week. We’ll hear Revenge, which first aired June 4, 1948. Then, Incredible But True brings us Face Of Death. We’ll finish off with the Suspense Replay for this week, an episode titled Murder By Jury from February 22, 1954 (begins at 29:48).
Why the Suspense Replay on the Relic Radio Show? I’ve been thinking of merging the two, and since the past episodes won’t be available any longer due to a change in hosting, now is a good time to try it out.
The Whistler joins us first this week with an episode titled The Man In The Trench Coat from June 17, 1951. Then we hear from Believe It Or Not with Ink Blot Test. The Haunting Hour closes out this show with Double Threat from 1945 (begins at 29:12).
John Steele, Adventurer begins this show with Detour, which first aired February 28, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True and Where There’s Smoke. We finish off with The Haunting Hour and No Escape, which aired sometime in the mid to late 40’s (begins at 33:13). Sorry about the sound quality on that one.
Our strange tale comes from The Haunting Hour this week. There isn’t tons of information about this show, but many of the episodes survive. We’ll hear The Uptown Express, which first aired sometime in 1945.
This week our foray into the golden age begins with Confession, and an episode from August 15, 1953 titled The George S. Decker Case. Then we Believe It Or Not with Choosy Thief. The Haunting Hour closes out this show with Murder Is My Business from May 19, 1948 (begins at 31:19)