Another tale from Lights Out on today’s show. This story was first heard in 1938, and then redone on November 10, 1942. From that second broadcast, here is Bon Voyage.
Lights Out was first broadcast in 1934, and last broadcast in the summer of 1947. The series ran on various networks between those years, sometimes being brought back as a short group of revival shows. From that series we’ll hear Until Dead, which first aired February 2, 1943.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll take care of a request that came in via Twitter for Murder Castle by Lights Out. This story was first broadcast February 16, 1938, and then again August 3, 1943.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from Lights Out with their story titled, Little Old Lady. Originally heard in November of 1937, this recording is most likely from a rebroadcast done May 25, 1943.
By request, we’ll hear The Coffin In Studio B by Lights Out this week. This episode aired July 13, 1946 and was part of an eight episode summer revival of the series done that year.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear from Lights Out. The Sea was one of the earlier scripts used on this show, being aired first September 16, 1936, though the version we’ll hear is most likely from its second airing on March 2, 1943.
On this episode, we’ll hear from Lights Out with a program that was part of a seven episode revival of the series done in the summer of 1945. Originally written by Wyllis Cooper, we’ll hear Reunion After Death, from a broadcast done on July 21, 1945.
The audio quality leaves a bit to be desired on this one, so if you’re a stickler for it consider yourself warned.