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.
Neil Cream, Doctor Of Poison featuring Charles Laughton is this week’s thriller. This episode of Suspense first aired September 17, 1951. It’s based on the true story of serial killer Dr. Thomas Neill Cream.
Next week we hear from The Chase!
Ready for a little Peter Lorre? This episode of Suspense stars Lorre in a performance from January 19, 1943 titled The Devil’s Saint.
Our thriller this week features the first episode of the first regular season of Suspense. We’ll hear The Burning Court, from June 17, 1942. Tune in this Wednesday on the Horror Replay to hear the very last episode of Suspense, titled Devilstone.
This week we’ll hear from Suspense, and one of their sci-fi themed episodes. From April 1, 1962 here’s You Died Last Night.
We’ll hear The Second Door from Suspense on this week’s Strange Tales. This episode first aired May 6, 1962.
Our hour of old time radio begins this week with Suspense, and an episode from November 10, 1942 titled Will You Make A Bet With Death? Then it’s Incredible But True and The Man Who Said Mass. We’ll finish off this show with The Man Called X and Mr. X Goes To Syria, which first aired December 9, 1950.