We’re a little short of an hour this week, despite what I said in the intro, but I think you’ll enjoy this weeks selections. We begin with Suspense and The Whole Town’s Sleeping, based on the Ray Bradbury story of the same name, and first heard July 14, 1955. Then it’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Dunder Rock. We finish off with Federal Agent, and an episode from 1947 titled A Killing In London.
This week on the Relic Radio Show we start off with an episode of Suspense titled Cabin B-13. We’ll hear the repeat of the show that aired November 9, 1943 (I gave the original date of March 16 in the intro). Then it’s Incredible But True and The Room Upstairs. We’ll finish off with a series titled Cabin B-13 which was a spin-off of the Suspense episode. The episode, from December 26, 1948, is titled The Sleep Of Death.
We’ve got another request this week for an episode from one of my favorite all-around series. Starring Agnes Moorehead, and first airing July 29, 1948 it’s The Yellow Wallpaper from Suspense.
Our final Halloween inspired show begins with another episode of Suspense written by Lucille Fletcher. This one is titled The Diary Of Saphronia Winters, and first aired April 27, 1943. Then we Believe It Or Not with Weaponless Duel. We’ll finish off with The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Fairly Bright Caper from October 31, 1948.
We’ve got more from Lucille Fletcher on Suspense this week to start things off. From September 13, 1945 we’ll hear The Furnished Floor. Then it’s Barren Ground from Incredible But True. Vincent Price as The Saint will close things out with The Ghost Who Came To Dinner (aka Hawthorne House Mystery) from April 8, 1951.
This week it’s more from Suspense written by Lucille Fletcher and an episode titled Dark Journey, which first aired April 25, 1946. Then it’s a minute of Believe It Or Not and Remarkable Woman. We’ll finish off with Boston Blackie and The Ghost Of Florence Newton first heard May 28, 1947.
We begin our special October programming this week! First off it’s an episode from Suspense written by Lucille Fletcher, who we’ll be featuring all month long, titled The Thing In The Window from December 19, 1946. Then it’s Incredible But True and Enemy Unknown. We’ll end each week with a Halloween themed episode from a non-horror show. This week it’s Richard Diamond, Private Detective and The House Of Mystery from December 10, 1949.