Pamela requested this little gem to help celebrate the season (in a way), and since you can’t go wrong with Peter Lorre mumbling/singing Jingle Bells it’s the perfect time to enjoy Back For Christmas. This episode from Suspense first aired December 23, 1943.
This weeks thriller features an episode of Suspense dramatizing the life of gangster Dutch Schultz. This episode aired October 26, 1953.
Our science fiction tale comes from Suspense this week. From November 1, 1959 we’ll hear Re-Entry.
Strange Tales returns this week with an episode from Suspense. We’ll hear How Long Is The Night, which originally aired October 13, 1952.
Next week we’ll hear from a series we’ve not heard before. Tune in Sunday for an offering from Devil’s Holiday!
Karl wrote in asking for some Bela Lugosi so, though it isn’t exactly horror, we’ll hear an episode from Suspense starring Bela today. The Doctor Prescribed Death first aired February 2, 1943. Thanks for the suggestion Karl.
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Chris asked to hear The Wreck Of The Old ’97 from Suspense this week, so we start with that episode from March 17, 1952. Then it’s The Whereabouts Of Mr. Wadham from Incredible But True. Have Gun Will Travel brings us The Hanging Cross from December 21, 1958 to close out today’s show.
This week’s strange tale comes from Suspense. We’ll hear That Real Crazy Infinity from May 27, 1962.
The House In Cypress Canyon from Suspense makes it on every horror favorite list I’ve seen. It’s also one of Pete’s favorites, and you can thank him for hearing it on today’s show. It first aired December 5, 1946.
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We begin today’s show with a request for Zero Hour as done by Suspense, which first aired April 5, 1955. Then we Believe It Or Not with Singing Sailors. Rod Serling presents The Zero Hour for our final show this week. We’ll hear Escape To Nowhere from May 1974.