The Relic Radio Show begins with The Encore Theater this week, and their broadcast from June 25, 1946, Green Light. Then, it’s Criminal At Large, from the Molle Mystery Theater. That story was first heard aired April 11, 1944.
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On this edition of the Relic Radio Show, Radio City Playhouse starts us off with, Portrait Of Lenore, which first aired January 17, 1949. Then, it’s Talk Them To Death, a story from the Molle Mystery Theater first heard October 22, 1949.
The Silver Theater opens the Relic Radio Show this week. From it we’ll hear Expert Opinion, their episode from April 16, 1939. Then it’s The Eleventh Juror from the Molle Mystery Theater. That story first aired April 3, 1945.
This week, Bold Venture is up first with their episode titled, A Backstabbing At Shannon’s Place. Believe It Or Not follows with a Grateful Soldier. We close with Molle Mystery Theater‘s story, Yours Truly, Jack The Ripper, first heard February 27, 1945.
More from Molle Mystery Theater on today’s episode of The Horror. We’ll hear the January 25, 1946 story titled, Burn, Witch, Burn.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
The Molle Mystery Theater provides our thriller this week. We’ll hear Beautiful Silence, which first aired February 15, 1946.
This week, Author’s Playhouse starts off the show with their episode from October 13, 1943 titled, A Promise To Mark. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the man who Inherited His Own Fortune. Finally, the Molle Mystery Theater brings us The Gioconda Smile, their episode from June 19, 1945.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear a story produced for The Molle Mystery Theater. This is the Armed Forces Radio Service version of the story, shared by their Mystery Playhouse series, which aired October 10, 1945. Here is, Angel Face.
This week, The Molle Mystery Theater starts us off with their episode titled Red Wine. It was originally broadcast March 8, 1946. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Prince’s Cruelty. We close with The Columbia Workshop, and their episode from November 30, 1939 titled, The Wonderful Day.
Our thriller comes from the Molle Mystery Theater this week. From it we’ll hear the June 20, 1944 episode titled, Death Talks Out Of Turn.