This week we begin with The Eagle Murder Case, an episode from Philo Vance that originally aired July 13, 1948. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Whitehall 1212 and The Murder Of Duncan Frazier, which first aired December 9, 1951.
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This week, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us Milford Brooks III from December 7, 1948. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Backstage Murder from Philo Vance. That episode first aired September 21, 1948.
Night Watch kicks off today’s crime stories with Three-Time Loser And Shotgun Boy, an episode from August 17, 1954. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Philo Vance and The Blue Lady Murder Case from September 14, 1948.
The mystery begins this week with Rocky Jordan and Passport For Vivi, which first aired March 20, 1949. Then we Believe It Or Not before Philo Vance brings us The Coachman Murder Case, from August 31, 1948.
Philo Vance starts this weeks show with The Argus Murder Case from September 28, 1948. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not before we join Inspector Thorne for The Fabulous Divorce Payoff Murder Case, an episode that aired July 20, 1951.
Case Closed begins this week with Philo Vance and The Mistletoe Murder, first heard June 7, 1949. Then after Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, it’s Boston Blackie and an episode from August 6, 1945 titled Hypnotic Murder.
Philo Vance starts things off this week with The Alibi Murder Case from June 6, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Crime Classics and an episode from August 10, 1953 titled The Axe And The Droot Family.
This week we’ll hear from two detectives beginning with Philo Vance. The Idol Murder Case first aired January 25, 1949. Then after a quick Believe It Or Not, it’s Candy Matson, YUkon 2-8209 and The Devil In The Deep Freeze. This one first aired October 10, 1949.
This week’s journey into old time radio crime begins with Gangbusters and The Case Of The Danville Bank Robbery from 1954. Then after Ripley’s it’s Philo Vance and The Blackjack Murder Case from November 30, 1948.
The trouble starts this week with Philo Vance and the White Willow Murder Case. This episode aired April 22, 1949. Then after Ripley’s it’s Night Watch and Slugger, from July 2, 1954.