Our strange tale this time comes from Suspense. We’ll hear I Saw Myself Running, an episode which first aired May 24, 1955.
The Whistler provides another weird trip for us this week with A Matter Of Courtesy, an episode that aired May 13, 1951. Then it’s No Leg To Stand On from Five Minute Mystery.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is titled Lost, and first aired October 14, 1954.
Our hour begins with the Philip Morris Playhouse this week, with an episode from May 13, 1949 titled, Four Hours To Kill. Then it’s Murder On Diamond Row from Five Minute Mystery.
Our Suspense Replay features their episode titled, Chicken Feed. It aired October 7, 1954.
The Whisper Men bring our first program this week with Rose Gilman Is Murdered, their episode from December 29, 1945. Then, it’s a Five Minute Mystery with Three Scarlet Letters.
The Suspense Replay continues with their episode from September 30, 1954 titled A Little Matter Of Memory.
The Relic Radio Show begins with Cavalcade Of America this week, with an episode titled The Port Of Missing Men, which first aired January 15, 1952. Then it’s a Five Minute Mystery with Best Laid Plans.
Our Suspense Replay continues with Never Steal A Butcher’s Wife, their episode from August 10, 1954.
First up this week is the only golden age radio series hosted by Alfred Hitchcock. Once Upon A Midnight produced one episode – its audition – that was titled, Malice Aforethought. Sadly, it’s part one of a two part story. You’ll have to come up with your own conclusion! It aired May 11, 1945. Next up, Five Minute Mysteries brings us Blood Brothers.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is Goodnight, Mrs. Russell. This one first aired August 3, 1954.
The show begins this week with Arch Oboler’s Plays with an episode titled Night, which first aired June 7, 1945. Then, a Five Minute Mystery titled Death Calls At Dinner.
Our Suspense Replay continues with the episode from July 27, 1954 titled Destruction.