Here’s another hour of radio drama on the Relic Radio Show, beginning this week with Gunsmoke. We’ll hear the August 2, 1952 story titled, Renegade White. Then, Believe It Or Not shares a Sight Of Terror. We close the show with Suspense, and The Frightened City, their episode from November 10, 1952.
Our thriller this week is Two Sharp Knives by Suspense. This story first aired December 22, 1942.
This week, Suspense shares a sci-fi story titled, The Man From Tomorrow. This one first aired September 1, 1957.
Sorry for the lack of intro’s on recent episodes; I’m in the process of moving. I know where the recording stuff is, but have no idea where it’s going to go yet…. I hope to have things back in order soon.
This Relic Radio Show begins with an episode from Suspense titled Last Night, which first aired June 15, 1943. That’s followed by Believe It Or Not with, Cow’s Gold Teeth. We close with Escape, and their December 3, 1950 story, This Side Of Nowhere.
More from Suspense on this week’s episode of Relic Radio Science Fiction. We’ll hear, You Died Last Night, their story from April 1, 1962.
Our thriller comes from Suspense this week. We’ll hear the story from January 6, 1944 titled, The One-Way Ride To Nowhere.
Suspense opens the Relic Radio Show this week with, The Cave Of Ali Baba. That episode first aired August 19, 1942. Believe It Or Not follows with, Last Reward. We close with the Screen Guild Theater and their episode titled, Flesh And Fantasy. It was originally broadcast April 23, 1945.
On this episode of The Horror, Suspense brings us their adaptation of a story by W.F. Harvey titled, August Heat. The story was first published in 1910. This production aired May 31, 1945.
This week on Relic Radio Thrillers, we hear from Suspense with their episode from November 24, 1952, titled, Man Alive.
The recent news story about a ship with a bit of a rat problem prompted a request for this classic horror story. From Suspense, and starring Vincent Price, here’s their November 11, 1956 production of Three Skeleton Key.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)